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

Solar

Vena Energy is a leading solar energy developer in the Asia-Pacific region, with assets totaling 1,516-megawatts in eight countries, and a further 9,517-megawatts currently under development.

Wind

Vena Energy is focused expanding its operating onshore and offshore wind assets across the Asia-Pacific region, with assets totaling 695-megawatts in four countries and an additional 8,847-megawatts in development.

Battery

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

OUR LATEST PROJECTS

Hitachiomiya

Hitachiomiya Solar Project

Ibaraki Prefecture
41-megawatts

Consisting of 121,980 photovoltaic modules spanning an area of 41.23 hectares, the Hitachiomiya Solar Project is our 23rd renewable project in Japan, which brings our total operational capacity to 414 megawatts.

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Towada Solar Project

Aomori Prefecture
18-megawatt

The 18-megawatt Towada Solar Project is Vena energy’s 10th solar project in the Aomori Prefecture, and was completed in November 2019. Capable of producing up to 19,704-megawatt hours annually, the Towada Solar Project features 46,424 photovoltaic modules of 395-watt peak (Wp) each, covering an area of 28.53-hectares.

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Mingus Solar Project

Chiayi County, Taiwan
70-megawatts

The Mingus Solar Project is the largest ground mount utility scale solar project in Taiwan, consisting of 200,000 photovoltaic modules that span an area approximately 80-hectres. Nestled in salt plains of Chiayi County in Taiwan, the project is capable of producing over 90-gigawatt hours (GWh) of renewable energy annually.

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