A new resource recovery facility at Wetherill Park in western Sydney is transforming commercial and industrial waste into an alternative renewable fuel source.
Four new innovative clean energy start-ups are the first to benefit from a new working relationship between the CEFC and clean energy business accelerator EnergyLab, with additional support from the Queensland government.
A new Melbourne hotel will set new design standards in energy efficiency to help cut as much as 25 per cent of its energy consumption, drawing on a $39 million investment commitment from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation.
Australia’s largest infrastructure fund, the $12 billion IFM Australian Infrastructure Fund, is working with the CEFC to reduce carbon emissions at some of the nation’s leading infrastructure assets across ports, airports and electricity infrastructure.
The CEFC has made a $25 million cornerstone investment in the first ever green tranche of an Australian residential mortgage backed bond.
The CEFC is helping demonstrate the diverse potential of energy efficiency programs by helping finance clean energy improvements to two Adelaide buildings.
Adelaide Oval has unveiled a world class audience experience created through a CEFC-financed major lighting upgrade that goes all out to put substantial runs on the energy efficiency scoreboard.
The CEFC has financed more than 1,000 specialist energy efficiency projects undertaken by a broad range of small businesses, topping $150 million in CEFC investment.
CEFC today congratulated the Commonwealth Bank of Australia on the successful issuance of its first climate bond, a $650 million transaction linked to a broad portfolio of clean energy assets.
The CEFC and Investa have joined forces to push the boundaries of energy efficiency in commercial property.