The world is swiftly transitioning from traditional forms of energy to green energy. Amid the transition, a lot of other matters are subsequently experiencing change. Employment is one such matter. The current energy sector that is majorly dependent upon fossil fuels employs millions of people across the globe.
At present, Queensland has 44 large-scale renewable energy projects. Some are operating, some are under construction, and some have been assigned financial grants. According to the Queensland Department of energy, 12.6 million tonnes of emissions are avoided every year because of these projects. Recently the state authorities announced a 2-billion-dollar investment to boost renewable energy sector jobs.
They addressed the investment as a “watershed moment” for the state’s economic development. The dedicated fund would help in the development of the clean energy hydrogen industry, mining of minerals, solar panels, batteries and so on. In addition, the state authorities aim to increase manufacturing within the green energy sector.
The Queensland government recently announced a package of 2 billion Australian dollars to support and boost renewable energy jobs in the state. The world is swiftly transitioning from traditional forms of energy to green energy. The Queensland government announced a package of 2 billion Australian dollars to support and boost renewable energy jobs.