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  • CEFC commits $90m as cornerstone investor in Westpac’s first climate bond

    26 May 2016

    The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has committed $90 million as a cornerstone investor in Westpac’s first climate bond issuance. Read more.

  • CEFC and Westpac $200 million program makes energy saving solutions easier

    17 May 2016

    Westpac and the CEFC are working together to provide Australian businesses with low cost finance to support investment in solar, energy efficient technologies and low emissions vehicles. Read more.

  • Statement from the CEFC about the new Investment Mandate

    10 May 2016

    The CEFC has received a new Investment Mandate, which comes into effect on 10 May 2016. Read more.

  • CEFC supports Australian green bond market with investment in innovative securitisation

    22 April 2016

    The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has invested $20 million in the first certified green bond transaction of its type in the Australian market, linked to solar PV and renewable energy assets. Read more.

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    Highlights

  • Westpac and the CEFC are working together on a $200 million program for Australian businesses offering low-cost finance for solar, energy efficient technologies and low emissions vehicles. Read more

  • Solar panel

    The CEFC is committing up to $20 million in cornerstone debt finance for a large-scale solar farm near the historic Central Queensland town of Barcaldine. Read more 

  • Crowd of people

    The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has established a $250 million loan program to support Australian councils to invest in clean energy technologies. Read more

  • Biodigester

    The CEFC’s Paul McCartney discussed the future of bioenergy at the Australian Bioenergy Conference on 30 November. Read more