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We are at the tipping point of immense possibility.
Fuelled by nine collaborative clusters of opportunity, we can inject billions into the WA economy and create more than 75,000 jobs of the future by 2029.
These dynamic clusters are at the heart of driving A new WAy, now.
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A cluster is an action-oriented hub bringing together multiple players from across the business and community landscape. Each cluster exists in response to global need, but must play to WA’s comparative strengths. Clusters are a result of either an existing natural advantage, being at the right place at the right time in history or a legacy of the technology developments of the recent resources boom. Click on the tiles below to find out more.
Register here to show your interest in a particular cluster and we’ll be in touch with updates on how to get involved.
Powering WA with the skills of the future
The future of work is surrounded by anxiety: will robots take my job? What value will I bring? But, for Western Australia, the future of work is a bright one – if we act today.
Our study, A new WAy , outlines a raft of economic opportunities for our state. These are emerging industries derived from both WA’s comparative advantage and global trends, and offer the most attractive opportunities for the state over the next decade.
Australian & Global Hydrogen Demand Growth Scenario Analysis
This Deloitte report details an extensive review, looking at Australian and global hydrogen demand growth scenarios. The report was completed in support of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) National Hydrogen Strategy, agreed by Ministers in November 2019. The COAG Energy Council has committed to a vision of making Australia a major player in the global hydrogen industry by 2030. The enclosed report provides information on the possible pathways for the development of the hydrogen industry in Australia.
Collaboration is necessary for change
For the more than one in 10 Australians who call Western Australia home, there is an unprecedented opportunity ahead. But to make it a reality, we must accomplish the hard yards together. From natural resources to the technological legacy of the resources boom, Western Australia has the right ingredients for prosperity. Research from Deloitte Access Economics suggests there are nine clusters of opportunity which could add billions to our economy and create more than 75,000 jobs by 2029.