Brisbane 2032 is aiming for low emissions through technology ©Getty Images

Queensland manufacturers are to benefit from a web tool that looks to save money and reduce their carbon footprint, going towards a climate-positive goal for the Brisbane 2032 Olympic Games.

The "Advancing Renewables in Manufacturers" project, which is funded by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, the Queensland Government and supported by Australian Industry Group assists businesses find energy cost savings if they switch to renewables.

Minister for Regional Development and Manufacturing Glenn Butcher said a recent sample showed large savings for companies were possible.

"Over the 20 businesses, an average of 22 per cent potential energy savings were identified and nearly every business found some energy savings that could be made, by making the switch," said Butcher.

"That includes one engineering and fabrication business in central Queensland, which found they could save 55 per cent on energy, by making the switch to renewables.

"This is going to be crucial in the future and especially in the lead-up to 2032, so it's important to see where changes can be made now."

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk celebrating Brisbane 2032's winning bid ©Getty Images
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk celebrating Brisbane 2032's winning bid ©Getty Images

Mick de Brenni, Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen, added that the state was committed to renewable energy.

"This is good, practical help for the manufacturing sector as the push to grow our local manufacturing base through cheaper, cleaner energy," said De Brenni.

"We know that Queensland manufacturers are world leaders, and many have expressed an interest in learning how to reduce their carbon footprint while continuing to grow their business.

"This is especially true ahead of Brisbane 2032, which will be a climate positive Games.

"A climate positive Brisbane 2032 will accelerate Queensland's progress towards a sustainable, low carbon economy and offers an unparalleled opportunity to showcase our offerings globally.

"To be climate positive, Brisbane 2032 will minimise emissions in line with the Paris Agreement, offset more than 100 per cent of any remaining emissions and influence the market to create change."

Brisbane was selected as the hosts of the 2032 Olympics on July 21 2021, two days before the start of Tokyo 2020, becoming the first host city to be selected through the new bid process.

As the only bidder, Brisbane was recommended as the 2032 host, which was approved by the International Olympic Committee delegation.

The Brisbane 2032 Olympics are scheduled to take place from July 23 to August 8, followed by the Paralympics from August 24 to September 5.