What is renewable energy?
Energy is renewable when it comes from a natural resource that is easily replaced and never runs out. In Queensland our renewable energy is generated by:
Excess renewable energy is stored so it can be used by the grid when needed.
Secondary generation technologies, like batteries, are what’s used to store the energy. Energy storage technologies relevant to Queensland include:
Queensland is investing in our transmission and distribution network to help connect more renewable energy sources and move it to where it’s needed across the state.
All of these assets help to make up Queensland’s SuperGrid.
- Last updated:
- 11 December 2023