Working towards net zero

Our approach to climate change

Leading the way towards net zero carbon emissions

Our regional presence and proud history of delivering energy solutions for regional communities means we are uniquely positioned to respond to the challenge of climate change and lead the way towards a low carbon, renewable energy future.

We're invested in creating a greener future for our regions

That's why we've joined Western Power and Synergy in our support of the WA Government’s commitment to net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

Each utility is playing a pivotal role towards a low carbon economy for the Western Australian community by trialling and implementing renewable energy solutions. 

Working towards a decarbonised future together will enable the further uptake of renewable energy resources, grid stability and affordable electricity for all Western Australians. 

Read the commitment

Responding to the impacts of climate change

Western Australia is already seeing the escalating impacts of climate change with more intense and frequent weather events.
We continue to identify and mitigate the impact of a changing climate in our regions.

Our energy and emissions

While Horizon Power is a relatively low emitter of greenhouse gases, we acknowledge our influence over all of the emissions associated with the energy our customers consume. Our approach to climate change includes meaningful and achievable targets across both our direct and retailed emissions. 

We utilise a broad range of renewable generation that includes grid-scale solar farms, Distributed Energy Resources (DER), battery energy storage, Standalone Power Systems (SPS), hydroelectric and wind.

Horizon Power has a long, proud history of being at the forefront of renewable technology.

We have the solutions to achieve net zero carbon energy generation and distribution and we are at the cutting edge of deploying this technology across regional Western Australia.

Stephanie Unwin

Horizon Power CEO

Horizon Power acknowledges the Traditional Custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this website may contain images, names or voices of deceased people.