Vena Energy, leader in renewable energies in Asia-Pacific, today announced the commercial operation of the 51 MW “Nanao” solar project in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan.
Major Solar Project: Vena Energy inaugurates ‘Nanao’ in Japan
The project is one of the largest solar projects in the prefecture, with 118848 photovoltaic solar panels installed on 102 hectares of land, capable of supplying around 10443 Japanese households with clean, renewable energy every year.
Compared with thermal energy, the Nanao solar project can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 31,205 tonnes and save more than 49 million liters of water every year. The Nanao solar project is a joint venture between Vena Energy and Kyudenko Corporation, a leading company in the study, design and construction of renewable energy facilities in Japan. The project is also Vena Energy’s first renewable energy project in Ishikawa prefecture.
“The Nanao solar project is another step towards accelerating Japan’s green transformation and achieving its carbon-neutral goals. We are grateful to the City of Nanao and Ishikawa Prefecture for their support of the project,” said Raul Rienda, Sales Director in Japan.
We would also like to thank Kyudenko Corporation for its unwavering commitment and exceptional expertise during the construction and delivery project.”