Vena Energy Partners with Industry Leaders for Indonesia’s Renewable Energy Expansion

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Vena Energy, the leading renewable energy firm in the Asia-Pacific region, has announced a significant framework agreement in partnership with Suntech, Powin, and REPT Battero. This landmark agreement aims to bolster Indonesia’s renewable energy supply chain by focusing on establishing local production lines for components crucial to solar photovoltaic panels and energy storage systems. These components are integral to supporting Vena Energy’s ambitious hybrid megaproject situated in the Riau Islands.


The envisioned hybrid megaproject is set to be a monumental venture, featuring up to 2 GW of solar power capacity and an impressive battery energy storage system with the potential to store over 8 GWh of clean energy. This project is slated to become a cornerstone of Southeast Asia’s renewable energy landscape. The agreement signing took place in Jakarta and witnessed the collaboration not only between these industry leaders but also between Vena Energy and Shell Eastern Trading (Pte.) Ltd. This collaboration aims to supply renewable power generated by Vena Energy’s hybrid megaproject to Singapore, aligning with the broader vision of sustainable energy cross-border supply.

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The framework agreement resonates with Indonesia’s “Long-Term Strategy for Low Carbon and Climate Resilience 2050” and reflects the Indonesian government’s dedication to aligning climate objectives with national and international goals. This agreement also emphasizes nurturing local talent, promoting climate awareness, and fostering sustainable economic growth, all in line with President Joko Widodo’s visionary initiatives. Notably, the signing ceremony was graced by the presence of His Excellency, Mr. Rachmat Kaimuddin, Deputy Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure and Transportation, underscoring the significance of the occasion.


Nitin Apte, CEO of Vena Energy, expressed his honor at the signing and articulated the agreement’s potential to contribute significantly to Indonesia’s renewable energy sector, stimulate the local economy, generate employment opportunities, and expand industrial capabilities. The collaboration with Suntech, Powin, and REPT Battero signifies a concerted effort to drive Indonesia’s transition towards cleaner and more sustainable energy sources, aligned with global climate goals. This landmark agreement serves as a testament to the commitment of these industry leaders to accelerate Indonesia’s low carbon and climate-resilient future.

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