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CleanCo is a low-emissions energy generator and retailer, partnering exclusively with large commercial and industrial (C&I) energy customers in Queensland.

What we offer

With the unique ability to ‘firm’ wind and solar energy utilising our low-emission generation portfolio, we can directly incorporate the benefits of large-scale renewable projects into electricity agreements, at a competitive price for our customers.

Our experienced team has extensive knowledge of Queensland’s energy industry and is committed to working with each of our customers to tailor innovative solutions to meet your individual energy requirements. All of this comes with financial stability through our Queensland Government owners.

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Why choose CleanCo Queensland?

We can offer long-term competitive electricity contracts that take into consideration your operating model, locations and load

Our solutions can help achieve your organisation’s sustainability objectives

We can support your organisation to reduce its carbon footprint as part of a transition to a lower emissions future

Our agile customer service approach is responsive and adaptive to your business needs.

Find out more

To find out more about how CleanCo can support your business with tailored and reliable clean energy solutions, contact our Commercial and Industrial Customer Team at retail@cleancoqld.com.au

Case studies

BHP-case-study

How CleanCo is supporting BHP to transition to more sustainable energy use.

BHP is among the world’s top producers of major commodities with significant mining operations in Queensland.

Through a five-year firm renewable power purchasing agreement with CleanCo, BHP will meet half of its electricity needs across its Queensland Coal mines from low emissions sources, including solar and wind. 

For the first two years, power will be contracted from CleanCo’s low emissions portfolio which includes hydro and gas generation assets. From late 2022, the newly operational Western Downs Green Power Hub solar farm and Karara Wind Farm are expected to progressively contribute up to half the electricity requirements.

The agreement will help BHP reduce emissions from electricity use in its Queensland operations by 50 per cent by 2025, based on FY2020 levels.

“This is an important step forward in BHP’s transition to more sustainable energy use across our portfolio, and a first for our Australian operations. It will diversify our energy supply, help to reduce our energy costs, and reduce BHP’s Australian Scope 2 emissions by 20 per cent from FY2020 levels.”

“This is a prime example of prudent business decisions going hand-in-hand with social value, strengthening our business and benefitting the community.” BHP’s President Minerals Australia, Edgar Basto (Source).

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BHP announcement

 
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How CleanCo is supporting Coles’ commitment to be Australia’s most sustainable supermarket

Through a 10 year agreement with CleanCo, more than 90% of Coles’ Queensland electricity requirements will be met with firmed clean energy.

The deal will reduce Coles’ electricity carbon dioxide emissions nationally by an estimated 20% or 240,000 tonnes annually – the equivalent of taking 100,000 vehicles off the road.

Coles will purchase 400 GWh of electricity annually through the agreement with the Western Downs Green Power Hub and MacIntyre Wind Farm to supply three quarters of Coles’ electricity requirements, and the remainder to be supported by CleanCo’s low emissions portfolio.

Long-term agreements like this are a great example of how we are able to reduce our energy costs, support the community and make a meaningful impact on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.” Thinus Keeve, Coles Chief Sustainability, Property and Export Officer. (Source)

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Coles announcement