List of 100 largest renewable energy developers in Asia 
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Last update: 26th March, 2023
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List of 10 renewable energy developers in Asia
With this increased awareness of a sustainable future, international and regional developers are orienting themselves towards innovative, highly efficient, sustainable and renewable energy generation. While some specialize in sectors such as wind or solar farms, other developers have realized a wide range of innovative renewable energy projects and are turning to less popular methods, such as hydrogen projects, biomass, hydropower or the field of energy storage, for energy generation. As a result, more and more new and innovative ways and approaches to energy production are being created or combined. Due to the geographical location and weather conditions, many developers in the Asian region have specialized in solar farms and wind park projects.
1. Risen Energy (Ningbo, China)
Risen Energy is a pioneer in the field of solar energy. The company, which was founded in 1986 with headquarters in China, is not only active as a developer but also as a manufacturer and investor in PV projects. In addition, Risen Energy has a global reach and is represented in China as well as in Germany, Australia, Mexico, India, Japan and the USA. The solar projects of Risen Energy reach a capacity of around 19 GW**.**
2. Azure Power (New Delhi, India)
Azure Power is an Indian developer established in 2008. Since then, Azure Power has achieved an impressive portfolio of solar projects with a capacity of around 7000 MW. In addition, Azure Power North has developed and commissioned India’s largest private solar project with 150 MW.
3. Enterprize Energy (Singapore, Singapore)
Enterprize Energy is a developer specializing in wind parks. Since its establishment in 1999, the developer is active in the greater Asia region, especially in Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam, but also in the UK. The developer stands out in particular with its large off-shore projects.
4. Pattern Energy (Sapporo, Japan)
The developer has specialized in wind farms, solar farms and energy storage, especially after its establishment in 2009. Currently, its projects have a capacity of 5 GW. Pattern Energy is active as a developer gloab in the United States, Canada and Japan.
5. Adani Group (Ahmedabad, India)
The Adani Group is one of the largest developers in India. The developer focuses on wind parks and solar projects. The Adani Group is also responsible for the construction, ownership, operation and maintenance of solar farms and wind parks. In total, the developer has a portfolio of projects with a capacity of 13,990 MW in India.
6. Invenergy (Tokyo, Japan)
The Japanese developer reaches a capacity of 30 000 MW with its projects. Invenergy has a broad global product portfolio of wind and solar parks, and also uses energy storage. Invenergy is a leading privately held developer with 189 projects across four continents. This developer supplies 8,632,316 households with energy. The developer has development offices in the United States, North America, Latin America, Asia and Europe.
7. ReNew Power Ventures (Gurugram, India)
ReNew Power Ventures is a global developer founded in 2011 and focuses on solar farms and wind parks as well as hydro energy. Since their founding, ReNew Power Ventures has reached a capacity of around 10 GW with its renewable projects, 7 GW of which have already been commissioned. The developer now has 110 projects spread across 10 Indian states.
8. UPC Renewables (Beijing, China)
UPC Renewables is a developer specializing in wind farms and solar projects since 1995. With its approximately 73 projects, it reaches a capacity of 4500 MW. The developer has a very wide reach in the Asia Pacific region with his projects, especially in Australia, China, the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, India, Taiwan and Korea
9. Gurin Energy (Singapore, Singapore)
Gurin Energy is a developer based in Singapore. The developer’s focus here is on wind and solar farms. And is represented with a capacity of about 3000 MW in the Asia region and has already far-reaching influence here, despite the relatively recent establishment in 2021.
10. Solar Warrior (Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia)
Solar Warrior, a developer headquartered in Indonesia, was founded in 2014. Meanwhile, the developer reaches a capacity of 3400 MW, specializing in the development of solar farms. Whereby Solar Warrior has also focused regionally mainly in Indonesia.
Developers for Renewable energy in Asia
Developers for renewable energy in Asia are playing a significant role. In order to reduce the burden on the environment and counteract the consequences of the climate crisis, it is essential to work towards a more sustainable way of living. One essential part of this is to develop and expand sustainable alternatives to energy supply. More and more energy developers are becoming aware of the seriousness of the situation and realise that greener energy production in particular is important for a green future. In this way, they are making a decisive contribution to safeguarding the future of our environment and future generations.
After deciding to sell or lease a land plot to renewable energy developers – for instance in especially sunny or windy areas – it is essential to get an overview of all relevant green energy development firms who might have an interest in acquiring (or leasing) the land. Our list is tailored to get an extensive and helpful overview of potential investors and business partners.
In order to compile our list, our team screens every possible renewable energy deal in Asia, analyzes the involved parties and adds them to our database. Every project developer in our list can also be found in our directory. In case we missed a relevant Asia renewable energy developer, you can submit a new listing here. In case we made an error on a certain firm – for instance not mentioning the installed capacity – you can always report an error on the respective page. Through crowdsourcing, we consequently improve our list.
Included columns in our renewable energy developer list
- Company Name
- Legal form
- Stock listed?
- Ticker symbol
- Onshore Wind?
- Offshore Wind?
- Hydrogen projects?
- Energy storage?
- LinkedIn of Management
- Regional Focus
- Founding year
- Installed capacity in MW
Included countries in our renewable energy developer list
- South Korea