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Seizing the clean energy industry opportunity - Statement of Cooperation

Central Queensland Statement of Cooperation

Built on a strong history of industrial development, Central Queensland is a key component of Queensland’s energy puzzle. The area is home to energy-intensive industries already looking to switch to renewable energy supply.

Central Queensland is a globally recognised industrial powerhouse with a natural deep-water harbour and Queensland’s largest multi-commodity port. The area provides a lot of opportunity both for businesses wanting to decarbonise their supply chains and those wanting to invest directly in renewable energy sources.

The Queensland Government has developed a Statement of Cooperation between Central Queensland stakeholders to unlock more opportunities for Central Queenslanders as an industrial and advanced manufacturing powerhouse.

View the statement of cooperation ( 1.1 MB).

Signatories to the Statement of Cooperation

Last updated: 11 Nov 2021