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    CEFC finances deep retrofits to unlock value in commercial property

    28 March 2014

    The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) is providing up to $100 million of debt finance to Balmain Corporation for deep retrofits to commercial properties that will help reinvigorate Australia's ageing building stock and improve its energy productivity. Read the media release

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    CEFC finance supports innovative Australian wave energy

    19 March 2014

    In its first wave energy investment, the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) provided a $20 million five-year loan facility to Carnegie Wave Energy Limited (Carnegie) to help accelerate the final stage of development for its CETO wave power technology. Read the media release

  • Building

    CEFC finance to lift green retrofits for commercial property

    13 March 2014

    The CEFC has committed up to $30 million to make up to a joint total of $80 million available in EUA finance through National Australia Bank, the CEFC and Eureka Funds Management. This finance supports the commercial property owners and managers who want to reduce their buildings' energy consumption using Environmental Upgrade Agreements (EUAs). Read the media release

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  • Commercial building

    The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) is providing up to $100 million of debt finance to Balmain Corporation for deep retrofits to commercial properties that will help reinvigorate Australia's ageing building stock and improve its energy productivity. Read the media release

  • Underwater divers

    In its first wave energy investment, the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) provided a $20 million five-year loan facility to Carnegie Wave Energy Limited (Carnegie) to help accelerate the final stage of development for its CETO wave power technology. Media release

  • Building

    The CEFC has committed up to $30 million to make up to a joint total of $80 million available in EUA finance through National Australia Bank, the CEFC and Eureka Funds Management. This finance supports the commercial property owners and managers who want to reduce their buildings' energy consumption using Environmental Upgrade Agreements (EUAs). Media release