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We are answering Australia’s call for cleaner energy.

At Vena Energy Australia, we develop, build, own and operate utility-scale renewable energy power stations in communities across Australia. We are part of Vena Energy, one of the largest independent power producers (IPP) in the Asia Pacific region.

Featured Projects

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Wandoan South Solar Project

Queensland
650MW

The Wandoan South Project is located in the heart of the Surat Basin near Wandoan, 400km north-west of Brisbane, in south-west Queensland. The WSP will be delivered across several stages with the potential to be one of Australia’s largest projects once completed.

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Wandoan South BESS

Queensland
100MW

The Wandoan South Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) is located near Wandoan, 400km north-west of Brisbane in south-west Queensland. The BESS will have a discharge capacity of up to 100MW and store 150MWh of energy, which could power up to 57,000 average homes annually.

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Tailem Bend Solar Project Stage Two

South Australia
87MW

Adjacent to our Tailem Bend Stage One Solar Project, Stage Two of the project has an estimated generation capacity of 87 megawatts (MWac) and consists of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels, it will supply power equivalent to the annual needs of 37,000 homes once completed.

Our Commitments

Sustainability is at the heart of all that we do at Vena Energy Australia. Inspired by our Latin namesake, Vena Energy Australia aims to become the vessel that accelerates the transition to renewable energy within Australia. We are committed to empowering and enriching our host communities, their environment and local economies.

Vena energy australia by the numbers

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Our Local sustainability metrics

34,632

Households
Powered1

210,348

Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions in Tonnes2

195

Water Saved
in Megalitres2

45,432

Equivalent Cars Removed
from the Road3

3,505,799

Equivalent Trees
Planted3

Notes

  1. Calculation based on the total annual electricity consumption per household assumptions, derived from the United Nations household index and the CIA World Factbook. Based on electricity generated per the average greenhouse gas emissions assumption derived from the Department of Energy and Environment Australia.
  2. Calculated based on the comparison against conventional coal power generation (National Renewable Energy Laboratory USA).
  3. Calculations for “Passenger vehicles per year” and “Number of urban tree seedlings grown for 10 years” based on US EPA website.