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Victoria has Renewable Energy Targets to deliver up to 5,400 megawatts of renewable generation by 2025, delivering approximately $9 billion in investment and up to 4000 jobs.

Several of Australia’s most significant renewable energy projects are delivered by regional Victorian businesses. This includes a project to deliver wind farms to assist Canberra, Australia’s capital city, in reaching its ambitious renewal energy targets.

In Victoria we have an established new energy technology industry that researches and develops world-class renewable energy solutions from sources as varied as wind, solar, marine and biofuels. By moving to Melbourne, you can work in a growing industry with innovative projects, such as the largest wind farm in the Southern Hemisphere.

A growing industry in Victoria

The Victorian government plays an important role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving the energy efficiency of business and public buildings and homes. The A$20 million New Energy Jobs Fund offers grants to businesses specialising in the new energy technology industry. An energy efficiency scheme also provides discounts to consumers, businesses and government agencies on a number of energy saving products.

By joining our highly skilled workforce, you can enjoy our advanced manufacturing opportunities and you’ll be well-placed to meet the challenge of delivering many renewable energy investment prospects.

Read the Future Industries – New Energy Technology Strategy for more detailed information about Victoria’s new energy technology industry.

Please note: The information, services and views expressed that may appear on any linked websites are not necessarily endorsed by the Skilled and Business Migration Program and the Victorian Government. It is recommended that you make your own enquiries as to the appropriateness and suitability of the information on this site for your particular circumstances.




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