Ergon Energy Retail wants to partner with companies that can help it meet a new commitment to source even more renewable energy for its customers.
Ergon Energy Retail wants to partner with companies that can help it meet a new commitment to source even more renewable energy for its customers. Zach Hogg BUN120514ERG2

Ergon Energy makes last call for energy partnerships

ERGON Energy Retail wants to partner with companies that can help it meet a new commitment to source even more renewable energy for its customers.

The energy provider released an Expression of Interest for Renewable Energy Project Developments recently.

It will remain open until September 23.

"Ergon Energy Retail has received strong interest from renewable energy project developers in regional Queensland and will soon be asking developers to put forward these projects for consideration," Ergon Energy CEO Ian McLeod said.

"Ergon Energy is already the largest purchaser of renewable energy generated in Queensland including partnerships with sugar mills through power purchase agreements and we are now entering the market to buy an additional 150 megawatts."

Companies interested in submitting an Expression of Interest for Renewable Energy Project Developments will be able to access more information from Ergon Energy Retail's website at www.ergon.com.au



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