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About the CEFC

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) invests commercially to increase the flow of funds into renewable energy, energy efficiency and low emissions technologies. The CEFC has supported projects across the Australian economy, benefitting a diverse range of businesses, large and small. The CEFC’s mission is to accelerate Australia's transformation towards a more competitive economy in a carbon constrained world, by acting as a catalyst to increase investment in emissions reduction. The CEFC does this through direct investments which attract private sector finance, as well as through its strategic co-financing partners. The CEFC was created by the Australian Government and operates under the Clean Energy Finance Corporation Act 2012.

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  • 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

  • Irrigation equipment

    Agribusinesses and small-scale manufacturers have invested more than $50 million into energy efficient equipment in just five months, with CEFC finance through the NAB Energy Efficient Bonus program. Read more