Renewables, Uncategorised, Wind, Wind Projects

Australia is capitalising on the opportunity to make the nation a wind superpower

wind, offshore wind

Despite Australia having no offshore wind projects, onshore wind still accounted for more than 13 per cent of Australia’s overall power generation in 2023, according to a report from the Clean Energy Council.

However, with almost 102 gigawatt (GW) of offshore wind announced since October 2022, the country is on the precipice of becoming an offshore wind superpower, with PwC predicting the sector could contribute $40 billion more to Australia’s GDP between 2027 and 2040, creating up to 19,000 jobs in the process.

The next issue of ecogeneration will contain specialised content focusing on companies who have positioned themselves at the forefront of on and offshore wind, from developers and financiers, to contractors and operators.

The Wind edition will also co-mail with Australia’s most famous wind map, which includes all major wind farms across Australia, based off information and data supplied by Rystad Energy.

If your company is involved in this space, securing an advertising and editorial package in this issue is an opportunity to raise awareness of your company’s capabilities in wind.

A full page marketing package includes:

  • Full-page advertisement (ad material to be supplied)
  • Editorial Feature to be written for you by the editor of ecogeneration
  • Editorial Feature to appear in ecogeneration’s e-newsletter, website and on LinkedIn

Expressions of interest close 1 May 2024. For more information, please contact:

Nick Lovering

Business Development Manager, ecogeneration or call ​+61 414 217 190

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