Decarbonisation Pathways

A first-of-its-kind index for regional WA businesses.

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Supporting regional WA businesses to reach their decarbonisation goals

This year’s Decarbonisation Pathways Index provides important insights that uncover the priority areas driving the energy transition for regional WA businesses.

84% of large businesses have energy transition targets

This year the results show a growing number of businesses are now interested in starting their energy transition journey or progressing it further.

There has been a definite shift away from inaction and a noticeable shift to commence or make further progress on emissions reductions, with many stating they’d like to do more than they are already.

The Index captures WA businesses’ views on a range of decarbonisation and climate change topics, including

The profile of decarbonisation has grown and the energy transition momentum is building.

Key business insights

To help position regional WA businesses for success, it’s important we understand the current environment and where they are on their energy transition journey.

67% believe they should be leading the way in renewable energy usage.

84% of large businesses have energy transition targets.

89% of large business businesses are already taking action to transition.

Read the 2023 Decarbonisation Pathways Report

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