The Queensland Renewable Energy Target (QRET) was announced in 2017 under the state’s Climate Transition Strategy, and set a target to supply 50 per cent of its electricity consumption with renewable sources by 2030.
The table below lists the entities tracked by InfluenceMap which have publicly engaged with the policy. InfluenceMap tracks around 300 companies and 150 industry associations globally. Each entity links back to the entities’ full InfluenceMap profile, where the evidence of its engagement can be found.
|Influencemap Performance Band||Organization||Engagement Intensity|
|D-||Queensland Resources Council (QRC)||20||Metals & Mining||Oceania|
|E+||Australian Energy Producers (Formerly APPEA)||44||Energy||Oceania|
|E+||Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry||20||All Sectors||Oceania|
|A-||Clean Energy Council||39||Energy||Oceania|
|D+||Rio Tinto Group||38||Metals & Mining||Europe|
|F||Sunset Power International (Delta Electricity)||15||Utilities||Oceania|
|C||Australian Energy Council||45||Energy||Oceania|
|C||Australian Industry Group (Ai Group)||56||All Sectors||Oceania|
|C||Energy Networks Australia||18||Energy||Oceania|