POWER UTILITY | Staff Reporter, Singapore

Equis Energy changes name to Vena Energy

This is after its acquisition by Global Infrastructure Partners.

Following its acquisition in January 2018 by Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), Equis Energy today announced it is changing its name to Vena Energy, launching a new company website and introducing an updated corporate identity.

Headquartered in Singapore, Vena Energy is the largest renewable energy independent power producer (IPP) in the Asia-Pacific region, with over 180 assets comprising over 11 GW in operation, under construction and in development across Australia, Japan, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Thailand.

Nitin Apte, CEO of Vena Energy said, “Over the past five years Vena Energy has built a leadership position in all the countries in which we operate, and we are proud of the contributions we have made to sustainable economic growth in Asia-Pacific during that time. We expect to extend our leadership over the coming five years, continuing to support the region’s continued transition to clean, low-cost renewable energy.”

Between now and 2030, economic growth is expected to drive a 36% increase in energy demand in the Asia-Pacific region. The Latin word vena represents the continuous supply of low-cost, clean energy that is vital not only to continued economic growth but also to the preservation of our environment.

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