Smart Sustainability

To us, sustainability is about delivering lower emissions energy that’s also reliable and affordable. Our balanced approach considers social, environmental and economic factors. We are committed to our FY25 target to support the development of 1,500MW of renewable generation and energy storage capacity. We are well on our way to achieving this goal – fuelled by intelligent, high quality and environmentally friendly projects.

Battery Project

Our 35MW Battery Storage Project located at our Newman gas-fired power station in the Pilbara supplies consistent power to iron ore mining operations. It is the largest battery in Western Australia to be developed for a specific industrial application and links in with the Chichester Solar Gas Hybrid Project through a as a 60km transmission.

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We built one of WA's biggest wind farms using industry-leading wind turbines
Chichester Solar Gas Hybrid Project
We buy renewable energy from solar and wind farms across Australia
Walkaway Wind Farm
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Sustainability Report

Read our 2021/22 Sustainability Report, which provides our stakeholders with an update on Alinta Energy’s activities and impacts. It includes information on our Pathway to Net Zero, as well as on our values, strategic vision and annual performance across finance, safety, employment, environment, community, markets and customers.

Read our previous Sustainability Reports below:


Read our 2021/22 Sustainability Report
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Sustainability Policies

At Alinta Energy, sustainability means more than just environmental compliance.

Our commitment to doing right by our employees, our communities and the environment is captured in our policies:

Environment and Community Policy

Safety Health and Wellbeing Policy

Injury Management and Rehabilitation Policy



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Modern Slavery Statement

Alinta Energy, through its parent company Pioneer Sail Holdings Pty Ltd, produces a joint Modern Slavery Statement as required by the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth). This statement describes our approach to managing risks of modern slavery within our operations and supply chains. It is publicly available on the Modern Slavery Register maintained by the Commonwealth Attorney General’s Department. A copy can also be viewed here.

Read our Modern Slavery Statement