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 To date, SERREE has:

  • Identified and promoted the region’s advantages
  • Mapped the region’s renewable energy infrastructure and projects pipeline
  • Identified key stakeholders
  • Engaged regional stakeholder groups
  • Detailed the SERREE story as a case study
  • Established a cluster management committee and advisory board
  • Determined a vision, objectives and role
  • Developed membership and connected members
  • Identified opportunities and challenges
  • Promoted cluster benefits to stakeholders
  • Identified funding sources
  • Established a network directory and a 2018 Regional Capability Directory
  • Engaged the community
  • Hosted renewable energy business forums
  • Provided stakeholder networking opportunities, meetings and events
  • Developed a dedicated website
  • Published regular newsletters
  • Provided input into government policy
  • Established opportunities for global connectivity
  • Ensured an industry cluster approach to attract workforce skills, innovation and investment
  • Identified new business opportunities through supply chain mapping
  • Established a renewable energy trail to assist tourism and education
  • Fostered innovation and start-ups through engaging business, universities and other stakeholders
  • Undertaken market research on behalf of government
  • Advised on workforce and skills training programs
  • Collaborated with research institutions such as CSIRO