Our projects are diverse across solar energy, natural gas, wind and related infrastructure


Our business is about developing new opportunities to support a more rapid decarbonisation of the economy. We look for innovation and smart thinking applied to mature technologies to solve tomorrow’s problems today.

Our Climate Policy

We believe that man-made climate change is real, and support the transition to a low carbon economy.

We target investments in solar energy, natural gas, wind and energy-related infrastructure.

We understand this will take time. Providing reliable, affordable energy is important to society during the transition. We won’t invest in coal, oil sands, or crude oil, or in any developments in sensitive marine environments.

Industrial landscape with different energy resources. Sustainable development.
Solar power plant - aerial view

Squadron Energy looks to invest all through the energy supply chain with a focus on enabling more rapid decarbonisation.

Our portfolio is focussed on renewable energy, transition natural gas, electricity generation and energy infrastructure.

Investing in wind energy

We are committed to the transition to a low carbon energy future. With its combination of a low short run marginal cost, high capacity factors and a low carbon footprint, electricity from wind energy is affordable, reliable and clean.

Our investment in Windlab is consistent with that commitment. Windlab is an Australian-based, technology-focussed windfarm developer, owner, and operator. Windlab uses a combination of WindScape (CSIRO developed) technology and a highly skilled workforce to design and develop some of the most efficient windfarms in Australia. Windlab has a significant portfolio of excellent wind development projects totalling over 7500 MW in Australia and Africa which are complemented by revenue streams from operating assets and its growing operations and asset management businesses.

The capacity of all wind turbines installed worldwide by the end of 2019 reached 650 Gigawatts, with 60 Gigawatts being added in 2019 alone. The World Wind Energy Association (WWEA) estimates that this is enough to meet more than 6 per cent of the global electricity demand. 

Australia has world class wind resources which now provide 8.5 per cent of all electricity generated and 35.4 per cent of all renewable energy. The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) reports that eight wind farms were commissioned in 2019, adding 837MW of new generating capacity, which was the highest annual increase in the history of the Australian wind industry.

At the end of 2019, 30 wind farms with a combined capacity of 5500 MW were under construction or financially committed nationally.

Wind Turbines in the NSW Country Side between Sydney and Melbourne

Our Investments


Clarke Creek Wind Farm

Squadron Energy is delivering the $3 billion Clarke Creek wind, solar and battery project in Central Queensland.

The new green energy precinct will deliver lower power prices for households and businesses, create regional jobs and boost local economies across the state.


Sun Cable

Squadron Energy is a 15% foundation investor in Sun Cable. Sun Cable aims to develop Australia’s competitive advantage in solar energy, creating a new domestic and export market in electricity.


Port Kembla Energy Terminal

In October 2020, Squadron Energy became 100 per cent owner and operator of Australian Industrial Energy Pty Ltd (AIE) to accelerate the development of the Port Kembla Energy Terminal project which, when developed, will have the capacity to supply more than 70% of NSW gas needs.


Port Kembla Power Station

Australian Industrial Power (an entity of Squadron Energy) is proposing the development of Australia’s largest dual fuel (gas and green hydrogen) power station at Port Kembla, New South Wales.



We are a proud investor in Windlab, a global renewable energy development company. Windlab uses a combination of WindScape (CSIRO developed) technology and a highly skilled workforce to design and develop some of the most efficient windfarms in Australia. 

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