Our Projects

We are determined to be the catalyst that will reduce Asia-Pacific’s dependency on coal and fossil fuels, and pave the way for a more sustainable future through renewable energy.

OUR Technologies


Vena Energy is a leading solar energy developer in the Asia-Pacific region, with assets totalling 2,529-megawatts in seven countries currently in operation, construction and shovel-ready stages.


Vena Energy is focused expanding its operating onshore and offshore wind assets across the Asia-Pacific region, with assets totalling 714-megawatts in four countries currently in operation, construction and shovel-ready stages.


Vena Energy is currently developing utility-scale, renewable energy storage in Australia totaling 140-megawatts.



Cole Solar Project

The 42 MW “Cole” Solar Project in Tainan City spans an area of about 40 hectares, and was built by a peak workforce of nearly 400 workers. The Cole Solar Project features over 100,000 domestically produced solar panels and can provide clean energy to around 8,913 households yearly, while its generation capacity will be equivalent to reducing approximately 30,790 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions, as well as saving more than 43 million litres of water per year, compared to thermal generation.


Wakuya Solar Project

The Wakuya Solar Project was constructed by Vena Energy Engineering K.K, the licensed EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) company of Vena Energy in Japan.


Kawakami Solar Project

Nestled in the foothills of Kawakami village, the Kawakami Solar Project consists of more than 89,000 bifacial photovoltaic solar panels spanning 49.87 hectares and was built by approximately 300 construction workers at the peak of its construction.