ABOUT

Vena Energy is leading independent power producer (IPP), and a multi award-winning renewable energy developer in the Asia-Pacific region. Headquartered in Singapore, and with presence in Australia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand Vena Energy’s portfolio consists of solar and wind assets producing over 11-gigawatts in operation, construction and development.

PROFILE

VENA

NOUN

Latin for the vein which brings blood the heart for renewal.

ENERGY

NOUN

Power derived from the utilization of physical resources.

The three blades of our brand symbol speak of the three pillars that are at the heart of everything that we do and our tireless commitment to contribute towards Sustainable Energy, Sustainable Economy and Sustainable Environment.

Our corporate colours also represent the environments that we are committed to protect, namely land, sky and sea.

Sustainability is at the heart of all that we do at Vena Energy. Inspired by our Latin namesake, Vena Energy aims to become the vessel that accelerates the transition to renewable energy in the Asia-Pacific region. We are committed to generating solar energy and wind energy that empowers and enriches local economies and communities.

Vena Energy is a portfolio company of Global Infrastructure Partners, a leading global independent infrastructure fund manager in the energy, transport and water/waste sectors. We take advantage of this scale and experience to deliver low-cost, clean energy for retailers and large energy consumers to support continued economic growth and the preservation of our environment in the Asia-Pacific region.

Leadership

Milestones

127MW Tailem Bend Solar Project in Adelaide, Australia
72MW Tolo Wind Project in South Sulawesi, Indonesia
One of the three 7MW Lombok Solar Projects in Lombok, Indonesia
72MW Mingus Solar Project in Chiayi County, Taiwan
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2019

Commissioned the 127MW Tailem Bend Solar Project in Southern Australia, the 72MW Tolo Wind Project, three solar projects in Lombok totalling 21MW in Indonesia, and the 72MW Mingus solar project in Taiwan