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

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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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Tolo

South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia
72-megawatts

With a total of 20 wind turbines, each with 80-tonne blades 63-metres long and five-metres wide, the 72-megawatt Tolo Wind Project is a truly impressive sight to behold.

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