Get on the Sustainable Energy Pathway

Maximum Energy have developed a sustainable energy commitment pathway to accelerate the uptake of renewable energy and decarbonisation of the energy grid.

Get on the Sustainable Energy Pathway

Maximum Energy have developed a sustainable energy commitment pathway to accelerate the uptake of renewable energy and decarbonisation of the energy grid.

Maximum Energy, empowering change towards a sustainable energy future

Global energy markets and in particular electricity grid emissions must decarbonise by 2030 to avoid irreversible long-term damage to the climate and environment. There is a necessity for a 45% reduction in carbon emissions by 2030. Since more than 70% of all global carbon emissions come from energy, committing to the transition to renewable energy represents the best opportunity to stop intensification of climate change. This commitment addresses immediate global problems and will make a significant contribution to the reduction of carbon emissions.

To deliver these commitments requires clearly defined targets, measurable plans and strong governance to drive outcomes in three key areas.

Energy Management
Resilience

Community
Leadership

Net Renewably
Sourced Energy

Motivated businesses and communities that are ready to take the first step and make a sustainable energy transition commitment can achieve both economic benefits and sustainability outcomes that result in a competitive advantage.

 

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get on the sustainable energy commitment pathway!

Partner with Maximum Energy and let us help your business get on the sustainable energy commitment pathway!

Globally, we are at a climate crisis point!

There is global necessity for a 45% reduction in carbon emissions by 2030. Since more than 70% of all global carbon emissions come from energy, committing to the transition to renewable energy represents the best opportunity to stop intensification of climate change.

Global energy markets and in particular electricity grid emissions MUST decarbonize by 2030 to avoid irreversible long-term damage to the climate and the environment

Locally, we are facing the same problem!

Australia’s Federal leadership is resistant to change and run the risk of politicizing the climate change issue.

In Australia we are reliant on electricity production from the consumption of coal and gas fired power stations. For the local electricity to fully decarbonise, 40% of local customer demand will need to be managed at a decentralised level.

Australia’s Federal leadership is resistant to change and run the risk of politicizing the climate change issue.

In Australia we are reliant on electricity production from the consumption of coal and gas fired power stations. For the local electricity to fully decarbonise, 40% of local customer demand will need to be managed at a decentralised level.

As the major contributor to global emissions, the energy sector plays a vital role in responding to the worlds, and Australia's, climate challenge.
Maximum Energy has developed a sustainable energy transition pathway, to assist Australian businesses, local councils and business leaders to take control of our climate crisis and make a difference.

The pathway to net-zero emissions is narrow and needs to start now!

Staying on it requires the massive deployment of all available clean energy technologies, such as renewables, EVs and energy efficient building retrofits, between now and 2030.

2020 Australian energy state of play

Coal
Oil
Gas
Solar
Wind
Hydro
Bio

A surge in clean energy investment can bring jobs and growth

To reach net zero emissions by 2050, annual clean energy investment worldwide will need to more than triple by 2030 to around $4 trillion.

This will create millions of new jobs, significantly lift global economic growth, and achieve universal access to electricity and clean cooking worldwide by the end of the decade.

2025 Australian energy state of play

Coal
Oil
Gas
Solar
Wind
Hydro
Bio

We need clean energy innovation

Most of the reductions in CO2 emissions through 2030 come from technologies already on the market today. But in 2050, almost half the reductions come from technologies that are currently at the demonstration or prototype phase.

2030 Australian energy state of play

Coal
Oil
Gas
Solar
Wind
Hydro
Bio

Electricity is the heart of the new energy system

Electricity generation will need to reach net-zero emissions globally in 2040 and be well on its way to supplying almost half of total energy consumption. This will require huge increases in electricity system flexibility – such as batteries, demand response, hydrogen-based fuels, hydropower and more – to ensure reliable supplies.

2040 Australian energy state of play

Coal
Oil
Gas
Solar
Wind
Hydro
Bio

A clean energy world

The global energy sector in 2050 is based largely on renewables, with solar the single largest source of supply. Achieving this cleaner, healthier future will rely on a singular, unwavering focus from all governments, working closely with businesses, investors and citizens.

2050 Australian energy state of play

Coal
Oil
Gas
Solar
Wind
Hydro
Bio

Our Committed Partners

Our Committed Partners

McDonalds
For McDonalds, in the Corowa region, they have been facing common issues around energy consumption...
CABN
CABN are off-grid, self-contained, custom design sustainable tiny houses. Maximum Energy designed and implemented and...
Bowhill Engineering
A sustainable Energy Transition plan that delivers on their renewable energy strategy
McDonalds
For McDonalds, in the Corowa region, they have been facing common issues around energy consumption...
CABN
CABN are off-grid, self-contained, custom design sustainable tiny houses. Maximum Energy designed and implemented and...
Bowhill Engineering
A sustainable Energy Transition plan that delivers on their renewable energy strategy
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