Powering renewable future

Energy Summit 2022. Picture Contributed.

In Queensland there is currently $60 billion being spent or earmarked to be spent on renewable energy investment projects.

The Queensland Governments Energy and Jobs Plan has set ambitious targets of reaching more than 80 per cent of the state’s energy production being derived from renewable sources by 2035.

Our part of Queensland will be doing most of the heavy lifting in the transition to renewables, with the Western Downs already referred to as the energy capital of Queensland and sits in one of the states 12 Renewable Energy Zones (REZ).

Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise (TSBE) is proud to be hosting their biennial Surat Basin Energy Summit on 6 August 2024 in Dalby.

The summit brings together industry leaders to discuss practice and strategy for sustained energy production in the region, fostering long-term regional economic development. The event will look at the present energy scenario, the trajectory of low-carbon transition, and the opportunities and challenges for emerging energy producers.

With panel sessions covering themes of renewables, the role of coal in the Surat Basin, natural gas and the future of energy production this is an event not to be missed.

Tickets available at tsbe.com.au/events