Beyond Zero Emissions creates road to COP27 for Australian cleantech companies
Australian think tank Beyond Zero Emissions is curating a showcase of Australian cleantech this week at COP27 on behalf of the Australian Government.
This exhibition, the Beyond Zero Emissions “Cleantech Hub”, features rising stars of Australia’s zero-emissions manufacturing industry at the Australia Pavilion, including:
- 5B: groundbreaking rapidly deployable solar technology making projects faster and safer to build
- SwitchDin: Australian energy technology company that is enabling clean, distributed electricity grids
- Sunshine Hydro: Australian green technology company developing and catalysing projects that combine renewable energy, pumped hydro and green hydrogen around the world
- Kardinia Energy: Hunter-based company manufacturing printed solar; a low-cost solar energy technology that is rapidly scalable, flexible, lightweight and 100% recyclable
Sanaya Khisty, Beyond Zero Emissions Chief Strategy Officer, said, “We are delighted to bring some of the most innovative companies from Australia’s regions to the world stage. This showcase is an announcement to political leaders and the international community that Australian cleantech is open for business."
“Here at COP27, we’re providing a glimpse into a bright future for Australian manufacturing. Australia has the chance to become a green exports powerhouse through Renewable Energy Industrial Precincts. This is a $333 billion opportunity that will set Australia up to prosper as the global economy decarbonises.”
Beyond Zero Emissions (BZE) is an independent think tank focused on publishing and promoting solutions to climate change. BZE produces research and works alongside renewable energy and cleantech manufacturers to demonstrate how Australia can prosper in a zero-emissions economy.
BZE has collaborated with the Australian Government to exhibit regionally-based Australian manufacturers, including high purity aluminium, modular solar, renewable energy storage and more at the world’s biggest annual climate conference, COP27.
The full list of companies and organisations featuring at the Beyond Zero Emissions “Cleantech Hub”, including through video content:
- Alpha HPA
- DICE Australia
- Diffuse Energy
- Energy Renaissance
- First Nations Clean Energy Network
- Kardinia Energy
- MGA Thermal
- Pilbara Solar
- Sunshine Hydro
To read more about Beyond Zero Emissions, go to their website here.