Vena Energy Japan Co., Ltd.
Vena Energy Commences Commercial Operation of Nakazato Wind Farm
Nakazato Wind Farm 36MW (Vena Energy)
Vena Energy, one of the largest independent renewable energy producers (IPPs) in the Asia-Pacific region, has announced the commencement of commercial operation of the Nakazato Wind Farm (47 MW installed capacity, 36 MW interconnected capacity). The Nakazato Wind Farm is located in Nakadomari-cho, Kitatsugaru-gun, Aomori Prefecture, and has 13 wind turbines on a 24-hectare site, supplying clean energy to 22,000 households annually. Compared with thermal power plants, it can reduce greenhouse gases by up to 61,000 tons annually and save about 87 million liters of water.
Group photo at the completion ceremony of the Nakazato Wind Power Plant Toyomitsu Hamadate, Mayor of Nakadomari Town, said as follows. “I would like to extend my sincere congratulations on the start of commercial operation of the Nakazato Wind Farm. These days, with the increasing need for measures to prevent global warming and various efforts being made around the world, we are Through this project, we would like to work together to contribute to the global environment and realize a sustainable society. We have signed an agreement on donations” and have been cooperating since 2021. This donation will be used for tourism projects centered on the old “Miyakoshi family” with stained glass from the Taisho period, smart agriculture, etc. We would like to use it for a wide range of purposes, including aquaculture projects.I have high hopes that the Nakazato Wind Power Station will be loved by the local community and develop together with the local community.”
Vena Energy Japan Representative Juan Mas Valor said:
“I would like to express my gratitude to everyone in Nakadomari Town and Aomori Prefecture for their tremendous support, and for the commercial operation of the Nakazato Wind Farm. Aomori Prefecture is truly a contributor to Japan’s energy transition.This project will be the 32nd power plant in Japan with a total capacity of 715 MW.We will continue to support the local community and partners. In cooperation with companies, etc., we will work to promote renewable energy power generation business so that we can contribute to Japan’s goal of achieving a carbon-free society, the environment and biodiversity, and maintain our comfortable and sustainable lives. .”
About Vena Energy
Vena Energy has over 35 gigawatts(1) of total developed, constructed and operating solar farms, wind farms (onshore/offshore), battery power plants and hybrid renewable energy assets in the Asia Pacific region. One of the largest independent renewable energy power producers (IPPs). In addition to the head office in Singapore, it has headquarters and offices in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, India, Australia, Indonesia, and the Philippines, with a total of 67 bases. Integrated management.
Vena Energy integrates the management of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria into its strategy and business activities, and is committed to building relationships with local communities throughout the project lifecycle.
Vena Energy Japan Co., Ltd., the Japanese subsidiary of Vena Energy, has its headquarters (Minato-ku, Tokyo) and 17 domestic offices. In Japan, the solar power generation business is handled by Japan Renewable Energy Co., Ltd., the wind power generation business by Japan Wind Energy Co., Ltd., operation management by NRE Operations Co., Ltd., and construction management by Vina Energy Engineering Co., Ltd. I’m here.
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1. Includes assets in operation, under construction, FIT or PPA secured, and in various stages of development
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