The NSW Government’s Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap is a coordinated framework to transition the NSW electricity sector into one that is cheaper, cleaner and more reliable. It will deliver around 12 gigawatts of new generation capacity, two gigawatts of storage and attract up to $32 billion in private investment by 2030.
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) wished to understand the supply chains that would participate in the Roadmap, in order to understand potential delivery issues and identify interventions to maximise local participation in the investment pipeline in an efficient manner.
MBB Group was engaged by DPIE to develop a supply chain analysis report that identified constraints and opportunities in the renewable energy supply chains. The report included modelling of investment spend to 2030 to inform an analysis of the capacity of the industry to deliver the required renewable energy investments. In addition, we carried out stakeholder engagement with supply chain participants as well as research of international and Australian best practice to identify local industry participation strategies and lessons learnt.
- Financial Modelling
- Stakeholder Engagement
- Case Study Research
- Supply Chain Analysis
- Local industry participation strategy