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Goldwind Australia is a leading renewable energy solutions provider, having installed and operating more than 1.5 GW of renewable energy across Australia. 

Goldwind established in Australia in 2009 to deliver solutions to the Australian and New Zealand renewable energy markets.

With “innovating for a brighter tomorrow” as it’s mission, Goldwind is a leader in providing clean energy, energy conservation and environmental protection solutions, contributing 100 GW of installed wind power capacity globally. 

Goldwind operates on 6 continents in 38 countries and has more than 10,000 employees.


Vestas core business comprises the development, manufacture, sale and maintenance of wind technology that uses the energy of the wind to generate electricity. Their expertise in Modern Energy covers more than just wind turbines – they specialise in planning, installation, operation and maintenance. Vestas competencies cover everything from site studies to service and maintenance.


Vestas is distinguished by a high degree of vertical integration. By manufacturing the principal parts of the turbine itself, Vestas increases the flexibility of its product development, reduces dependence on suppliers and maintains a high level of manufacturing know-how. At the same time, production and sourcing are carried out as close to the market as possible.


The vision of Vestas is Wind, Oil and Gas. With these words, Vestas strives to make wind an energy source on a par with conventional energy sources such as oil and gas.

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GE Vernova is helping the energy sector solve for sustainability, reliability, and affordability. With approximately 54,000 wind turbines and 7,000 gas turbines, GE Vernova’s installed base of technology helps generate approximately 30% of the world’s electricity and has a meaningful role to play in the energy transition.

Renewable energy is an integral part of the GE Vernova portfolio of energy businesses, is a nearly $13 billion business which combines one of the broadest portfolios in the renewable energy industry to provide end-to-end solutions for our customers demanding reliable and affordable green power. Combining onshore and offshore wind, blades, hydro, storage, utility-scale solar and grid solutions as well as hybrid renewables and digital services offerings, the renewables team has installed more than 400+ gigawatts of clean renewable energy and equipped more than 90 percent of utilities worldwide with its grid solutions.

GE Vernova’s onshore wind business has received nearly 10 GW of orders and amassed more than 4 million operating hours globally for its Cypress turbine platform. In Australia, GE Vernova has 2.5GW of wind turbines in operation or in construction.


As a leading global specialist in photovoltaic system technology, the SMA Group is setting the standards today for the decentralised and renewable energy supply of tomorrow.



SMA’s portfolio contains a wide range of efficient PV inverters, holistic system solutions for PV systems of all power classes, intelligent energy management systems and battery-storage solutions as well as complete solutions for PV diesel hybrid applications. Digital energy services as well as extensive services up to and including operation and maintenance services for PV power plants round off SMA’s range.



SMA inverters with a total output of 85 gigawatts have been installed in more than 190 countries worldwide. SMA’s multi-award-winning technology is protected by approximately 1,500 patents and utility models. Since 2008, the Group’s parent company, SMA Solar Technology AG, has been listed on the Prime Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (S92) and is listed in the SDAX index.



SMA has had a presence in Australia for over 20 years and offers solutions for centralised and decentralised PV power plants as well as for residential PV applications and PV hybrid projects.



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Squadron Energy is Australia’s leading renewable energy company.

Proudly Australian owned, its mission is to be a driving force in Australia’s transition to a clean energy future by providing green power to its customers.

Squadron Energy develops, operates and owns renewable energy assets in Australia, with 1.1 gigawatts (GW) of renewable energy in operation and a development pipeline of 20GW.


ACEN Australia is a renewable energy company with offices located in Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Gulgong and Coolah. ACEN Australia develops, constructs, and operates solar energy, wind energy, battery storage, and pumped hydro projects. Its aim is to provide clean, green, renewable electricity in a socially and environmentally responsible manner.

ACEN Australia has more than 1GW of generation capacity in construction and more than 8GW capacity in the development pipeline.


RWE is a German multinational energy company, the world’s number two in offshore wind power and Europe’s third largest company in renewable energy. RWE entered the Australian renewable market in 2018 and has recently increased its growth focus in Australia. The Australian team is focused on onshore and offshore wind, solar and battery storage projects.


Wood Mackenzie is the global research, analytics and consultancy business powering the natural resources industry. For 50 years, it has been providing the quality data, analytics and insights its customers rely on to inspire their decision-making.

Its dedicated oil, gas & LNG, power & renewables, chemicals, metals & mining sector teams are located around the world and deliver a variety of projects based on Wood Mackenzie’s assessment and valuation of thousands of individual assets, companies and economic indicators such as market supply, demand and price trends.

Wood Mackenzie has over 2,000 employees in 30 locations, serving customers in nearly 80 countries, together inspiring and innovating the markets it serves – providing invaluable intelligence to help its customers overcome the toughest challenges and make strategic decisions that will, ultimately, accelerate the world’s transition to a more sustainable future.


NAB provides banking services to Australian businesses, with specialist expertise in energy, infrastructure, agribusiness, health, government, education and community banking.


NAB plays its part as a business while supporting its customers to decarbonise and build resilience. NAB has been certified carbon neutral since 2010 – the first Australian owned bank to get there.


The organisation has been backing clean energy for two decades and has provided over $70 billion in environmental finance since 2015.


NAB continues to support its customers and communities through the transition and fund the investments needed to create a strong and sustainable future for Australia.

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KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing a full range of services to organisations across a wide range of industries, government and not-for-profit sectors.


KPMG has a long tradition of professionalism and integrity, combined with a dynamic approach to advising clients in a digital-driven world.


In Australia, KPMG has approximately 10,000 staff with offices around the country.


KPMG values and fosters a diverse and inclusive environment and is proudly recognised as Employer of Choice for Gender Equality.


KPMG will continue to set and exceed equality targets to support current and future generations.


AusNet’s purpose is to connect communities with energy and accelerate a sustainable future. AusNet is the largest diversified energy network business in Victoria and owns and operates over $11 billion of regulated and contracted assets. 


It owns and operates three core regulated networks: electricity distribution, gas distribution and the state-wide electricity transmission network, as well as a significant portfolio of contracted energy infrastructure.



It also owns and operates energy and technical services businesses (which trade under the name “Mondo”). AusNet engages around 1,500 employees to service over 1.5 million customers.


In 2016, ZEM Energy and Monadelphous formed Zenviron with the goal of delivering balance of plant services to achieving clean, safe and affordable renewable energy to the Australian market.

ZEM’s technical experience, design capabilities and long-term industry relationships were combined with Monadelphous’ multidisciplinary engineering and innovative capabilities to produce an organisation with the experience and talent to deliver a leap forward in the renewable energy race.

Zenviron means “Energy at One with the Environment”.

What started as a small team, Zenviron has evolved today into an established, standalone business with strong and trusted relationships with its customers, the community and the industry at large.

Zenviron provides full-service balance of plant (BOP), which in the context of a wind farm, encompasses all of the scope with the exclusion of the supply of the wind turbine generators.

Thanks to the dedication of its people, Zenviron has grown to be a leader in the delivery of balance of plant service to the Australian market.


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Spark Renewables is one of Australia’s leading developers and long-term owners of renewable energy generation assets.


It has a large and diversified portfolio of operational and development stage wind, solar and storage assets across Australia, with announced projects in New South Wales and South Australia.


Spark Renewables is owned by Spark Infrastructure, which also owns interests in the NSW transmission network operator, Transgrid.


Spark’s goal is to develop and build projects leading the renewable energy transition in Australia. It works with industry innovators and tertiary institutions to provide sustainable, socially acceptable solutions for generation of electricity.


Spark Renewable’s purpose starts with sustainability. It is the reason it exists and fuels its drive to play its part in building Australia’s renewable energy future.


Spark Renewables, together with international floating offshore wind developer, Simply Blue Group and global leader in the delivery of offshore projects and services, Subsea7, have formed a consortium to pursue floating offshore wind development off the coast of New South Wales.


Established in 1933 with a proud history, Wilson Transformer Company is Australia’s largest manufacturer of power and distribution transformer solutions operating two state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Melbourne and regional Victoria and service facilities across Australia and in the UK. 


Wilson Transformer Company supports all the major electricity infrastructure providers and heavy electricity users and has a proven track record of supplying a wide range of transformer solutions across Australia and in targeted overseas markets.


MinterEllison’s Power & Renewables team offers comprehensive solutions for clean energy projects and transactions involving renewable technologies. With extensive industry knowledge and expertise at the corporate, project, and operational level, they provide unparalleled advice and support.



The team has a proven track record in advising on high-profile renewable projects both in Australia and internationally. Services cover the entire lifecycle of these projects, from acquisition and financing to development and management. The firm’s multidisciplinary team is well-versed in all relevant areas of law, including environment and planning, tax, mergers and acquisitions, competition and regulatory, banking and finance, infrastructure, construction, intellectual property and dispute management.


Clients trust MinterEllison for its strategic advice, combining legal expertise with commercial acumen. The team assists in building, managing and safeguarding businesses and projects by developing risk management strategies, identifying growth opportunities and delivering value to investors.



The collaborative group, with years of experience working together across Australia, is dedicated to delivering smart, efficient, and cost-effective solutions for clients.


GreenPower is Australia’s largest voluntary government accreditation program for renewable energy.

When you purchase GreenPower from your electricity provider, we audit the purchase and sale of renewable energy to make sure it’s coming from accredited renewable energy generators in Australia, on your behalf.


Sungrow is a world-class technology provider, specialising in PV inverters and energy storage equipment for residential, commercial, and utility-scale PV power plant systems. 


Founded in 1997, Sungrow is a customer-oriented and innovation-led organisation focusing on renewable power generation. For over 20 years, Sungrow has spearheaded innovation in the PV inverter industry with its consistent focus on R&D. This focus on R&D has kept Sungrow’s broad product line-up as the preeminent choice in the ever-evolving solar industry.


Sungrow is now the world’s leading PV inverter manufacturer, with over 26 Gigawatts deployed globally. With 11 subsidiaries worldwide located throughout North America, Asia, Europe, Australia and South America, Sungrow has its products installed and operating in over 50 countries. 


As the worldwide market leader, Sungrow currently has market shares of over 30% in China and over 20% in Germany.


RPS, a Tetra Tech Company, defines, designs and manages Australia Asia Pacific’s most successful infrastructure, development and resources projects. 


From the transport infrastructure that keeps cities moving, to the master planned communities and commercial projects that enhance regional centres, RPS collaborates with industry, government and the community to take critical projects from ideas to reality.


With experience across large scale wind, solar, tidal, hydro and bespoke ‘behind the meter’ solutions, RPS is committed to enhancing global energy security through clean energy infrastructure that is high yield and low impact, at scale. 


RPS offers a range of services to support this growing market including site investigations, planning and approvals, environmental management, community engagement, meteorology and oceanography, design and geospatial services and specialist energy technical services and advice.


ERM is the world’s largest pure play sustainability consultancy, partnering with the world’s leading organizations, creating innovative solutions to sustainability challenges and unlocking commercial opportunities that meet the needs of today while preserving opportunity for future generations.


ERM’s diverse team of world-class experts supports clients across the breadth of their organizations to operationalize sustainability, underpinned by their deep technical expertise in addressing environmental, health, safety, risk and social issues. 


They call this capability their “boots to boardroom” approach for its comprehensive service model that allows ERM to develop strategic and technical solutions that advance objectives on the ground or at the executive level.


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Dedicated to sustainable development, Arup is a collective of 16,000 designers, advisors and experts working across 140 countries.

Founded to be both humane and excellent, it collaborates with clients and partners using imagination, technology and rigour to shape a better world. Arup’s work in the built environment leaves a significant legacy to subsequent generations. This power, to design and influence the built environment, carries with it a responsibility to do the best possible job for current and future generations.

Putting sustainability at the heart of its projects is one of the ways in which Arup exerts a positive influence on the wider world. Investing in research and development is another: without such investment, innovation can be stifled.

Without the capacity to innovate, our ability to combat the effects of climate change and other global issues would be compromised.

For Arup, creating a better world is all about creating a more sustainable future.


NSW Office of Energy and Climate Change


Part of the Treasury Cluster, OECC focuses on delivering government reforms, economic development and critical services around energy reliability, climate change and emissions reduction.


Energy, Climate Change and Sustainability (ECCS) and EnergyCo are divisions within OECC tasked with paving the way for the energy transition by delivering NSW’s Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap and other initiatives.

ECCS is responsible for a range of state-wide sustainability strategies, policies and programs including the State’s Net Zero Plan. EnergyCo is the Infrastructure Planner responsible for coordinating development of the first five Renewable Energy Zones and two priority transmission projects, to transform the energy system into one that is more affordable, clean and reliable.


AEMO Services


A subsidiary of the Australian Energy Market Operator, AEMO Services provides independent expertise to transform the energy sector. They deliver innovative processes, products and partnerships that fast-track tomorrow’s energy infrastructure.


In its foundational role as the NSW Consumer Trustee, AEMO Services is entrusted with planning, assessing and guiding long-term investment in renewable energy under the state’s Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap. AEMO Services uses its innovative tender processes to help accelerate project plans and support new energy infrastructure in the long-term financial interests of electricity consumers.


RES is the world’s largest independent renewable energy company and is active in onshore and offshore wind, solar, energy storage, green hydrogen, transmission and distribution.

As an industry innovator for over 40 years, RES has delivered more than 23GW of renewable energy projects across the globe and supports an operational asset portfolio exceeding 12GW worldwide for a large client base. Understanding the unique needs of corporate clients, RES has secured over 1.5GW of corporate power purchase agreements (PPAs) enabling access to energy at the lowest cost. RES employs over 2,500 passionate people and is active in 11 countries.

RES manages a portfolio of 3GW of renewable assets in Australia. This includes some of the largest wind farms in the southern hemisphere: Murra Warra Wind Farm and Dulacca Wind Farm, as well as Emerald Solar Park; one of the first solar farms commissioned in Australia.

RES entered the Australian market in 2004 and now employs over 150 people and has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and multiple regional locations. RES is engaged in all technologies: wind, solar and storage and offers development, construction and asset management services across Australia.

With an industry-wide reputation for identifying innovative solutions to problems that reduce risk, cost and allow projects to progress, RES’ exceptional work was recently acknowledged with the Clean Energy Council’s Innovation Award 2022, as well as the Asset Management Award 2022 at the Wind Investment Awards.

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Federation University Australia was established on 1 January 2014, yet through its predecessor institutions has a history dating back to 1870 with the establishment of the School of Mines Ballarat.

Federation University is Victoria’s leading regional university with a federated network of campuses located in Ballarat, Berwick, Brisbane, Gippsland and the Wimmera, and is a dual-sector institution serving regional communities through both TAFE and higher education. 

With a focus on transforming lives and enhancing communities, Federation is ranked number one in Australia for first generation student enrolments and number one in Victoria for Higher Degree by Research (HDR) engagement with industry and community, social equity, undergraduate starting salary and postgraduate learner engagement.

Federation University Australia has a bold vision to become Australia’s first co-operative university. The Federation University Co-operative Model will be part of every university degree and TAFE course from 2025 and will offer programs that are collaboratively designed, developed, and delivered with industry to provide students with a head start on their careers by gaining valuable real-world experience of the workplace during their studies.


Enel Green Power, within the Enel Group, develops and operates renewable energy plants worldwide and is present in Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia and Oceania.


A world leader in clean energy, with a total capacity of more than 54 GW and a generation mix that includes wind, solar, geothermal and hydroelectric power, as well as energy storage facilities, Enel Green Power is at the forefront of integrating innovative technologies into renewable energy plants.


The Energy Corporation of NSW (EnergyCo) is a statutory authority established under the Energy and Utilities Administration Act 1987 and is responsible for leading the delivery of Renewable Energy Zones (REZs) as part of the NSW Government’s Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap (the Roadmap).


The Roadmap sets out the NSW Government’s vision to coordinate investment in electricity transmission, generation, storage and firming infrastructure and transform the NSW electricity system into one that is cheap, clean and reliable.


GHD recognises and understands the world is constantly changing. It is committed to solving the world’s biggest challenges in the areas of water, energy and urbanisation.


GHD is a global professional services company that leads through engineering, construction and architectural expertise. It’s forward-looking, innovative approach connects and sustains communities around the world. Delivering extraordinary social and economic outcomes, GHD is focused on building lasting relationships with its partners and clients.


Established in 1928, GHD remains wholly owned by its people. 


GHD is 11,000 diverse and skilled individuals connected by over 160+ offices, across five continents – Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America and the Pacific region. 


For more than a century, Tasmanians have relied on hydropower to power their homes, businesses and industries with clean renewable energy.

Hydro Tasmania is now Australia’s largest generator of clean renewable energy and largest water manager, wholly owned by the State Government of Tasmania.

As champions for a sustainable future, Hydro Tasmania has led clean energy innovation in Australia – building more than 50 major dams, 30 power stations and two major wind farms and employing more than 1,200 people, mostly in Tasmania. It’s people are diverse, skilled and passionate about securing a clean energy future.

Hydro Tasmania’s electricity and gas retailer, Momentum Energy, is a leading supplier of electricity and gas solutions to business customers and residential markets across Australia.

It’s consulting business, Entura, delivers clever solutions in water and energy to clients locally, nationally and internationally.


FIMER is the fourth largest solar inverter supplier in the world.


Specialising in solar inverters and mobility systems, FIMER offers a comprehensive solar solutions portfolio across all applications.


With over 1,100 employees and a presence in 26 countries, together with local training centres and manufacturing hubs, FIMER remains close to its customers and the ever-evolving dynamics of the energy industry.


Following the acquisition and integration of ABB’s solar inverter business in the first quarter of 2020 and under the umbrella of the renewed FIMER brand, the newly acquired solar inverter portfolio continues to carry the ABB brand under the trademark license agreement.


WSP is one of the world’s leading engineering professional services consulting firms, bringing together approximately 5,000 talented people across 14 offices in Australia.


WSP are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer Future Ready projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come.


The CEFC is a specialist investor with a deep sense of purpose: to invest as Australia’s ‘green bank’ to help achieve it’s national goal of net zero emissions by 2050.


With a strong investment track record, the CEFC works across the economy to capture the benefits of the net zero transition – from renewable energy generation and transmission to energy efficiency, cleantech innovation and beyond. 


The CEFC invests alongside private investors, innovators and industry leaders, drawing on it’s deep sector experience, investment expertise and portfolio strength to fill market gaps and maximise it’s impact. 


In investing on behalf of the Australian Government, the CEFC has a strong commitment to deliver a positive return across it’s portfolio.


Sterling and Wilson Solar Australia Pty Ltd is the Australian subsidiary of Indian MNC Sterling and Wilson Renewable Energy Limited and provides EPC and O&M services for utility-scale solar and energy storage projects in the country. The company has offices in Brisbane, Sydney and Perth and has a strong team of over 140 solar professionals onboard.

The company’s order book in Australia is around AUD 1.2 billion (INR 6,350 crore) with 5 projects, making it the largest Indian solar EPC player in the region. By the end of this quarter, Sterling and Wilson Solar Australia Pty Ltd will be the only EPC contractor in Australia with over 1.1 GWp of solar PV connected and exporting to the electricity network of Australia. This indicates the company’s commitment towards Australia renewable energy market and capability of it’s robust project management team.

With the continent’s regulatory environment becoming more conducive towards renewable energy and the prevalence of high electricity tariff, the commercial viability of solar projects is improving. The company aims to maintain its leadership position in the EPC segment and contribute to the country’s mission of clean energy.


Green Investment Group (GIG) is a specialist green investor within Macquarie Asset Management and a global leader in the development of companies, assets and technologies that aim to accelerate the global transition to net zero.


Initially launched by the UK Government in 2012 as the Green Investment Bank, it was the first institution of its type in the world. Acquired by Macquarie in 2017, GIG has grown to become one of the world’s largest green investors with a development pipeline of more than 90 GW in over 25 markets, spanning established renewables and emerging green technologies.


Macquarie Asset Management is a global asset manager that aims to deliver positive impact for everyone. Trusted by institutions, pension funds, governments, and individuals to manage approximately $A871 billion in assets globally.


Macquarie Asset Management is part of Macquarie Group, a diversified financial group providing clients with asset management, finance, banking, advisory and risk and capital solutions across debt, equity and commodities.
All figures as at 31 March 2023.


Fluence Energy, Inc (Nasdaq: FLNC) is a global market leader in energy storage products and services and cloud-based software for renewables and storage.

With a presence in over 40 markets globally, Fluence provides an ecosystem of offerings to drive the clean energy transition, including modular, scalable energy storage products, comprehensive service offerings and the Fluence IQ Platform, which delivers AI-enabled SaaS products for managing and optimizing renewables and storage from any provider.

The company is transforming the way it powers our world by helping customers create more resilient and sustainable electric grids.


Growatt was established in 2011 by a group of pioneers in the global PV industry with a vision to build a green and sustainable future. 


The company designs, develops and manufactures PV inverters, energy storage products, EV chargers, smart energy management system and others. 


Favored by global customers, Growatt ranks among the global top three PV inverter suppliers according to Wood Mackenzie and Frost & Sullivan. In particular, the company is ranked the number one residential inverter supplier globally as well as the world’s largest supplier of user-side energy storage inverters in terms of shipment volume. 


To date, Growatt’s business spans across 180 countries and regions. The company has set up 42 representative offices worldwide to provide localized service support with a combination of online and offline support in order to improve service efficiency and reduce O&M costs for global customers. 


NRG Systems is the global leader in wind and solar resource measurement and intelligence.


It’s hardware, software and related services empower many of the world’s largest developers to make informed decisions and improve efficiency at all stages of project development.


With over 40 years of experience, NRG’s heritage of innovation and deep understanding of data collection, management and analysis drives the advancement of it’s signature turnkey solutions.


A subsidiary of ESCO Technologies Inc (NYSE: ESE), NRG Systems has offices in North America, Europe, and Asia and has shipped products to over 170 countries.


Trina Solar Limited is an internationally recognised manufacturer of mono and multi-crystalline photovoltaic (PV) modules and has a long history as a solar PV pioneer since it was founded in 1997 as a system installation company in China.


Its high-quality PV modules provide clean and reliable solar electric power to on-grid and off-grid residential, commercial, industrial and utility scale applications around the world.


With local sales and marketing offices as well as installation partners throughout Asia, Europe and North-America,

Trina Solar is committed to improving the competitiveness and efficiency of solar energy and developing a sustainable PV industry.


MEGT is proudly supporting apprentices and employers for the future of work in clean energy.


Are you looking to be an employer and take on apprentices in the new energy sector?
MEGT is here to help grow your talented workforce with apprentices and trainees in new energy.


MEGT as local apprenticeship experts can assist with your eligibility to become a new energy employer and assist with financial support for both employers and apprentices in this new growth area:


• The New Energy Apprentice Support Payment (NEASP) provides up to a maximum of $10,000 in direct financial assistance, over the life of the Australian Apprenticeship, for eligible Australian Apprentices (AAs)

• As an employer, you may also be eligible for the Priority Wage Subsidy when placing an apprentice in clean energy.


Helping you to attract top apprenticeship talent to help your clean energy business flourish.


MEGT is an Apprenticeship Network Provider to approximately 120,000 apprentices, working with approximately 50,000 employers and 1,000 Registered Training Organisations a year. MEGT is the only national Australian Apprenticeship Support Network provider.


To find out more about the New Energy Apprentice Support Payment and your eligibility, contact 13 MEGT (6348) or


Founded on circular economy principles, Concentric is Australia’s only provider of 100% recycled workwear solutions.


Concentric supplies workwear to the Clean Energy Council and its members with the knowledge that its workwear solutions represent a true commitment to sustainability.


Concentric’s customers realise immense ESG gains through a simple pivot in their supply chain. Ordering 1000 t-shirts through Concentric saves 1,111,049 litres of water and prevents 2,235 plastic bottles from going to landfill.


Concentric’s bespoke design processes ensure it meets the specific requirements of any head office, factory or onsite teams. From moisture-wicking performance fabrics to custom corporate jackets, Concentric ensures optimum comfort, performance and safety.


Concentric ensures its entire supply chain adheres to strict recycled content and manufacturing and safety standards. Its factories operate under the Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certification which not only confirms the use of 100% recycled materials in all its products, but ensures environmental, ethical and labour standards are implemented and maintained.


Concentric workwear allows organisations to embody their core values and their wholistic commitment to a greener future.


Envision Group is a world-leading group of green technology companies committed to accelerating the transition to net-zero worldwide. With the mission of ‘solving the challenges for a sustainable future’, Envision companies continue to promote wind and solar as the ‘new coal’, batteries and hydrogen fuels as the ‘new oil’, the AIoT network as the ‘new grid’, net zero industrial parks as the ‘new infrastructure’ and an ecosystem of net zero technology as the ‘new industry’, to create a net zero world.


Envision companies include Envision Energy, which designs, sells and operates smart wind turbines, smart energy storage systems and green hydrogen solutions, AESC, which manufactures AIoT-powered batteries and Envision Digital, which provides the world’s most comprehensive digital decarbonization system. Envision also manages the Envision-Sequoia Capital Carbon-Neutral Fund and owns the Envision Racing Formula E team.


As innovation powerhouses, Envision companies leverage a global network of R&D and engineering centres across China, United States, UK, France, Germany, Denmark, Singapore, Japan and others to lead global green technology development.


Hydrostor is a leading large-scale, long duration energy storage solution provider supporting the energy transition to sustainable, low-impact, cost-effective and reliable electricity system. 


Hydrostor is advancing a significant pipeline of projects internationally using its patented Advanced Compressed Air Energy Storage (A-CAES) technology. 


A-CAES (pronounced “case”) integrates compressed air, underground caverns and water with proven components from traditional mining and gas operations to build scalable energy storage systems. 


A-CAES experiences zero efficiency degradation over a 50+ year lifetime and is optimized for system sizes of 100 MWs and above with 5 hours up to multi-day storage duration. 


Hydrostor is backed by Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Canadian Pension Plan, Business Development Bank of Canada, Canoe Financial, Lorem Partners and ArcTern Ventures. 

Aboriginal Clean Energy Partnership (ACEP)


In mid-2022, MG Corporation, Balanggarra Ventures, Kimberley Land Council and Pollination joined together to put forward a unique partnership and an ambitious clean energy project using a new model of resource project development in which Traditional Owners are controlling shareholders, rather than passive stakeholders.



This new entity, known as the Aboriginal Clean Energy Partnership, is working to develop a large-scale renewable energy, green hydrogen and ammonia project in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia.



The ACE Partnership is an equal-share joint venture formed between MG, Balanggarra, KLC and Pollination and the first of its kind in the Australian renewable energy market. It is built on the foundations of placing self-determination and economic independence for Traditional Owner groups at the centre of the project development model.



The partnership transitions Traditional Owners from being project stakeholders to project shareholders. This new model leverages Traditional Owners’ connection to the land required for the Project to significantly de-risk and accelerate the Project schedule, a model that will deliver substantial benefits to First Nations peoples in the Region.



Income from the Project via shareholding, lease agreements and other agreements will allow First Nations Partners to design tailored community benefits and have economic independence and self-determination that has not been afforded by resources projects in the past.

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CleanCo was established by the Queensland Government in 2018 with Queensland’s most flexible, low-emission generation assets. 


It’s mission is to transition Queensland to clean energy in a sustainable way while driving regional growth and jobs. 


CleanCo delivers reliable, affordable, low-emission energy to large commercial and industrial businesses seeking decarbonisation pathways. 


CleanCo’s customers want affordable ‘green’ energy and CleanCo is growing to meet their needs. 

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Tilt Renewables brings a fresh approach to energy generation and aims to be the leading developer, owner and manager of renewable energy generation assets in Australia.


“We tilt with the wind and towards the sun to rebalance the electricity generation mix towards a lower carbon outcome.”


Tilt recognises that a cleaner, more energised future starts with the things it does and the things it inspires others to do, day to day, week to week. Tilt’s vision focuses on it helping create the world Tilt wants to be part of and to look for those opportunities in everything it does.