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  • CEFC continues to lead transformation of investment in Australian clean energy

    26 July 2016

    The CEFC committed a record $837 million to new investments in the Australian clean energy sector in the 2015-16 financial year, contributing to projects with a total value of $2.5 billion. The CEFC’s investment commitments since  2013 have now reached $2.3 billion, contributing to projects with a total value of $5.7 billion.  Read more.

  • Innovation

    The Innovation Fund is now open

    01 July 2016

    The Innovation Fund targets renewable energy, energy efficiency and low emissions technologies and businesses that have passed beyond the R&D stage, but are not yet able to attract sufficient private sector capital.   Learn more

  • CEFC finances innovative green makeover for historic Geelong landmark

    28 June 2016

    The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) is financing a property development that will create an exemplar green building in Geelong in Victoria, to serve as the new headquarters for WorkSafe Victoria. Read more

  • Councils encouraged to tackle infrastructure backlog with switch to clean energy

    16 June 2016

    Australian councils should urgently consider tailored debt finance to improve their energy performance and reduce emissions from old and poorly maintained 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