Queensland shrugs off a clean energy future

A report from ROAM Consulting highlights massive potential for the development of wind and solar power in Queensland, yet the state remains a major laggard when it comes to renewables.

Queensland presently has the lowest share of renewables in the National Electricity Market. In terms of wind farms, Queensland has just the 12 MW Windy Hill wind farm, compared to more than 1,200 MW of registered wind capacity in South Australia, and has only a handful of new wind projects proposed.


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