Vena Energy manages the development, design, procurement, construction management and operation of all its projects. The centralisation of equipment procurement and construction management functions, together with deep local knowledge, allows Vena Energy to better manage risk and has positioned the company as one of the most cost-effective operators of renewable energy across the region.
Why Choose Vena Energy
- Strong buying and supplier contracting power allows us to offer extremely competitive pricing
- Strong credit and financial backing mitigates project risk
- Multi-functional global team of experienced and solutions-focused development, construction and operational professionals
In every market in which we operate, Vena Energy aims to be the leading local developer.
Vena Energy is capable of developing projects in-house, from initial concept through to construction. Local management teams provide expertise in origination, development, land acquisition, grid assessment, permitting, system design and investment feasibility.
Vena Energy utilises the most advanced technologies throughout its project development and management processes to ensure the highest energy generation yields and most cost-efficient O&M services.
Vena Energy’s construction engineers and professionals provide comprehensive design, procurement and construction services. Combined with our geographical reach and experience, Vena Energy is able to scale quickly to meet a wide range of project challenges.
The key advantages of Vena Energy’s Engineering, Procurement, Construction Management (EPCM) services include:
In each country Vena Energy employs experienced local land experts to procure and perfect the use of land for optimal energy yields.
Grid Analysis: Vena Energy engineers typically have experience working with local power grid operators. This provides Vena Energy with valuable insight into grid capacity and availability.
Vena Energy experts produce preliminary designs in-house; this reduces development time and ensures maximum yield via optimum asset layout.
Equipment Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM)
Vena Energy utilises our industry knowledge and economies of scale to optimise procurement and construction costs. Across the Asia-Pacific region, Vena Energy is one of the largest customers for tier-1 solar and wind equipment suppliers, major international and domestic construction contractors and local civil contractors.
Operation & Maintenance
Vena Energy’s Operations and Maintenance Services (O&M) leverage our geography- and sector-specific expertise across the region to maximize operational performance, reduce downtime and mitigate risk.
Vena Energy O&M includes industry-standard O&M services, reporting, monitoring, and in-country and cross-regional data analysis.
Vena Energy tracks project operations from a regional monitoring facility in Bangalore and local monitoring facilities that provide immediate information regarding plant performance. Vena Energy operations teams also undertake data analysis to identify operating efficiencies that can be implemented across the region.
Additionally, Vena Energy differentiates ourselves from third party O&M contractors in our responsiveness to issues to avoid loss of revenue, and our maintenance of spare parts inventories, which provide the money-saving benefits of pooling and scale.
Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)
Vena Energy develops and operates renewable energy projects for corporations that want predictable energy costs, mitigated risk and economies of scale.
Our geographic reach, combined with our experience across all renewable energy platforms, allows us to deliver efficient regional solutions that meet client requirements for direct access, physical and virtual power purchase agreements (PPAs), as well as green energy certificates.
Benefits of entering into corporate PPAs with renewable energy generators include:
- Long-term price certainty that more appropriately reflects wholesale electricity charges
- Decreasing (or eliminating) retail charges
- Decreasing (or eliminating) environmental charges, including margins charged by retailers for procuring LGCs
- In behind-the-meter projects, decreasing (or eliminating) network charges
- Hedging future electricity price increases and carbon pricing risk
- Access to Large Generation Certificates (LGCs) and other green credits/products
- Progress toward sustainability objectives and reduced greenhouse emissions