Make no mistake: Queensland is perfectly positioned to capture and maximise the benefits of what truly is the biggest opportunity since the Industrial Revolution.
- Queensland Treasurer and Mister for Trade and Investment Cameron Dick

A renewable energy powerhouse on the rise, Queensland’s clean energy transition is being powered by our emerging hydrogen, wind, solar and battery industries.  

A rich supply of sunshine, wind, water – and critical minerals – means our state has the potential to produce clean, reliable, affordable power for generations.   

Queensland is committed to achieving 70% renewable energy by 2032, and 80% by 2035 under the new US$41 billion Queensland Energy and Jobs Plan.  

Our state also has a Queensland Hydrogen Industry Strategy and the world’s first Minister for Hydrogen guiding the development of our green hydrogen industry. 

Queensland is focused on sustainable growth within the renewables sector, fostering a pro-business investment environment that offers industry access to critical infrastructure and readily available land.  

The 50 largescale renewable projects in operation or under development across Queensland have already attracted significant investment and major global partners, including Fortescue Future Industries and ENEOS.  

Collaboration between international and local partners is creating new opportunities across the entire renewable energy ecosystem, including downstream energy capture and storage solutions involving battery development and manufacturing.  

For more information read the Renewable Energy Investment Prospectus