Mining - 2xEP by 2030

Energy productivity in the Australian mining sector has been adversely impacted in recent years by factors such as depressed prices, particularly for bulk commodities; increased energy cost per unit of production; and increased energy intensity of production for base and precious metals. Declining ore grades have been a major contributor to the increase in the energy intensity of the production of base and precious metals.

Initiatives to improve energy productivity in the Australian mining sector present an opportunity to enhance economic productivity and lock in long-term competitive advantage.

working group drawn from business, government and the academic and non-government sectors has collaborated to develop the roadmap for the Mining industry to double energy productivity by 2030. If you're interested in this working group, please contact [email protected].

Read the 2xEP Mining Roadmap (PDF, 2MB)

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