What we do

Squadron Energy is Australia’s leading renewable energy company that develops, operates and owns renewable energy assets in Australia.

With proven experience and expertise across the project lifecycle, we work with local communities and our customers to lead the transition to Australia’s clean energy future.

We have almost 3 gigawatts (GW) of renewable energy in operation and an Australian development pipeline of 20GW.

Australia has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to position itself as a global leader in green energy.

Squadron Energy is working hard to make this a reality by developing the high impact and complex projects that will support rapid decarbonisation.

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Our impact


Our values drive
everything that we do


Be vulnerable, take risks to trust others.

Courage and Determination

NEGU - we never ever give up.


Go to your leader for advice, not permission.


Be the most positive person in the room.


Support each other, always be kind.


Think of ways we can do things better, faster, cheaper, safer.

Generating Ideas

Always be on the lookout for breakthroughs.


Do what you say you're going to do.


Look out for your mates and yourself.

Stretch Targets

Always be uncomfortable with your level of challenge.

Our vision

Squadron Energy is on a mission to transform Australia’s energy landscape.

We aim to improve the environment for current and future generations by leading Australia’s transition to renewable energy.

For communities, corporate businesses, and governments ready to reduce their environmental footprint, we provide cost-effective, clean renewable energy.

With unrivalled experience through the entire project lifecycle, Squadron Energy is the trusted partner of choice for renewable projects.

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Our Climate Policy

Human-made climate change is real. But we can do something about it. We want Australia to transition to a zero-carbon economy. Quickly.

Squadron Energy is focused on enabling more rapid decarbonisation. We invest in renewable generation and firming assets such as batteries that complement renewable power generation when solar or wind power generation isn’t available or sufficient.

We won’t invest in coal, oil sands, crude oil, or in any developments in sensitive marine environments. But we will invest in energy transition projects such as dual fuel (gas and green hydrogen) power generation that has a pathway to 100 per cent green hydrogen.

Energy transition projects are needed to provide a reliable and secure energy system in the short term, without creating a longer-term dependence on fossil fuels.

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Our Leadership Team

Jason Willoughby

Jason has more than 25 years’ experience in the energy and infrastructure industries, most recently as CEO for CWP Renewables, which was acquired by Squadron Energy in 2023. He is committed to the environment and believes in providing low-cost, low-emissions energy solutions to Australian businesses.

Chief Financial Officer
Barbara Doan

Barb has over 25 years’ experience in corporate finance and has held senior roles in corporate finance, business performance and commercial at Brambles and Origin Energy. Prior to joining Squadron Energy, Barb held a number of senior finance roles at Qantas including Divisional CFO.

Executive GM, Development
Ed Mounsey

Ed has more than 20 years’ experience in the renewable energy and major projects/infrastructure sector identifying, screening, and developing complex projects through to financial close, delivery and operation. Ed manages the Squadron Energy development team overseeing a 20GW portfolio of renewable energy developments.

Executive GM, Delivery
Brendan McAvoy

With more than 20 years of experience across the public and private sectors, Brendan has delivered major projects in renewables, transport, water and metals production. Brendan is passionate about delivering high quality renewable energy assets which contribute to a greener environment for Australia.

Executive GM, Operations
Rochelle Macdonald

Rochelle has over two decades of experience in the ports and marine industries across regional Australia; and has held roles in operations, engineering, development, strategy, and project delivery. She is committed to the optimisation, efficiency and reliability of Squadron’s operating assets, to enable a successful transition to a green energy future.

Executive GM, Commercial
Alexander Jury

Alexander has over 15 years' experience across strategy, corporate development, capital markets and operations within major Australian listed companies in energy, infrastructure and real estate with domestic and Asian activities. He is responsible for trading, customers, capital markets and investments.

Executive GM, People & Culture
Kate Sykes

Kate has worked in human resources leadership positions for more than 15 years across multiple sectors including professional services, banking and finance, the arts, health, renewables, defence, building and construction, and not-for-profit. Kate is focused on harnessing organisational capability to deliver Squadron Energy’s growth strategy in the renewables sector.

General Counsel
Stephen Bird

Steve has worked in senior legal and General Counsel roles within the energy sector for over 20 years both in Australia and covering the USA and Europe, including at Total and Woodside. Steve has also acted as company secretary of large enterprises and provided energy regulatory, financial regulatory and corporate governance advice to the Board and executive management.

Executive GM, Public Affairs
Daniel Newlan

Dan has more than 20 years’ experience working directly at the highest levels of state and federal governments, public sector agencies, international bodies, peak industry bodies and corporate.