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Vena Energy switches on Taiwan’s largest solar project

The 272MW E2 solar project is intended to add up to 4% of Taiwan’s solar energy annually.

Vena Energy announced the commercial operation of the 272-megawatt E2 solar project in Taiwan. 

The project, considered the largest solar project in the market, is expected to add up to 4% of Taiwan’s total solar energy. 

"Taiwan is a key strategic market in the Asia-Pacific region, and Vena Energy is proud to share the responsibility and make our contribution to achieving the net-zero carbon emissions target by 2050,” Nitin Apte, CEO of Vena Energy, said.

“Since 2015, we have successfully commissioned and operated seven solar photovoltaic projects totalling 412 MW, and we are delighted to see Taiwan steadily moving towards the transformation of its energy sector.”

Read more: Vena Energy starts operations of 2 solar projects in Japan

The E2 Solar Project is built on reclaimed land spanning 226 hectares and features 680,000 solar photovoltaic panels with an installed capacity of 272MW, capable of generating around 400 million kWh annually. 

This is equivalent to the annual electricity requirements of more than 90,000 Taiwanese households.


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