Vena Energy, Asia-Pacific’s largest renewable energy IPP, has commissioned a 41.0 MW solar project in Yaita City, in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan.
Vena Energy is one of Japan’s largest renewable energy IPPs, focused on developing, constructing, and operating solar and wind generation facilities. In Japan, Vena Energy owns 66 projects comprising 2.34 GW in operation, under construction and in development.
Nitin Apte, CEO of Vena Energy said, “We are Asia‐Pacific’s largest renewable energy IPP because we have made a strong commitment to building expert local management teams that are committed to working closely with local communities. We are proud of our track record in support of Japan’s development of a sustainable, clean energy supply that that provides employment opportunities and contributes to economic growth.”
The Yaita project will generate approximately 47,150 MWh per year, providing clean, safe electricity to 8,938 households, saving 25,980 tons of CO2 as well as 47.15 million litres of water.