In April we were very pleased to welcome Hon Mick de Brenni the Queensland Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen and Minister for Public Works and Procurement together with his team to our premises in Loganholme.
During the visit, Minister de Brenni was very interested in our wholly Queensland-based development and manufacturing, as well as our plan to further expand our operations, thus creating more jobs in the Clean Tech Renewables space. As more and more solar is installed on Queenslanders’ roof tops, it is critical that voltage is regulated and solar is stored and used at appropriate times of the day. We believe our product is a great, efficient solution to this problem and will contribute towards Queensland achieving its 70% renewables target by 2032 and 80% by 2035.
Minister de Brenni’s message to all our staff was one of optimism and how vital it is for all of us to play a role in shaping the future of energy and renewables in Queensland. EcoJoule Energy can make a difference and we are planning to!