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The Clean Energy Finance Corporation today announced its founding CEO, Mr Oliver Yates, has advised the Board of his decision to step down. Mr Yates has played a central role in the creation of the CEFC, which is now a major investor in clean energy projects around Australia.
The CEFC's latest market report shows Australian Universities could embrace clean energy technologies to help offset their rising energy bills and greenhouse gas emissions.
North Queensland-based economist Tracey Lines has joined the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) to help accelerate the development of clean energy investment opportunities in north Queensland.
A new $100 million Energy Efficient Equipment Finance program with the Commonwealth Bank increases the CEFC's offer of finance to businesses and not-for-profits for clean energy assets.
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