Major industry conference highlights more than $30 billion of opportunities in Queensland.

Featuring companies and government owned corporations presenting their pipeline of major projects worth a record $30+ billion in infrastructure and construction to the Queensland economy over the next decade, the Connecting Industry Conference Queensland is shaping up to be one of the largest online industry events in 2024.

Event organiser, Connecting Industry Managing Director Kieran Moran said Queensland is being recognised globally as an ideal location for growing industries in the renewables, hydrogen, and critical minerals space.

“The event is designed to give an overview of current and upcoming projects and to assist the resource, construction, engineering and manufacturing sector to think strategically in their planning for future work and procurement,” Mr Moran said.

“Critical minerals like vanadium are vital to the creation of renewable energy technology and are supercharging our emerging renewable industry economy and helping to grow industrial hubs and manufacturing across the state.

The Connecting Industry Conference Queensland features six (6) projects from around Queensland focused on solar, wind, battery, hydro-electric, energy infrastructure, and critical minerals all presenting their business, work, and potential supply chain opportunities.

“Delivering more clean energy will be vital in supercharging our emerging renewable industry economy and helping to grow industrial hubs and manufacturing across the state,” Mr Moran said.

“From Powerlink Queensland presenting the CopperString 2032 to Ark Energy’s wind and solar project, the Collinsville Green Energy Hub, and QEM Limited’s Julia Creek Vanadium and Oil Shale project, this conference is important not only to get a better understanding of what’s coming, but to plan ahead for future work opportunities.”

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