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NAB to play middle man with investors and large-scale wind, solar

NAB to play middle man with investors and large-scale wind, solar

NAB launches $200m Low Carbon Shared Portfolio, backed by senior loans to seven wind and large-scale solar farms, and with a $90m cornerstone investment from the CEFC.

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Australian banks double down on global fossil fuel expansion

Australian banks double down on global fossil fuel expansion

Just when you thought Australia’s banks had reached the nadir, new data shows ‘Big Four’ lending to fossil fuel projects spiked by 50% last year.

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Stockyard Hill wind farm locks in finance after setting record low price

Stockyard Hill wind farm locks in finance after setting record low price

Three local banks agree to finance 530MW Stockyard Hill wind project in western Victoria, validating its record low price for wind project in Australia.

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NAB, Origin help Aussies make the switch and save with solar

NAB, Origin help Aussies make the switch and save with solar

Homeowners will be able to make a positive impact on their finances as well as the environment, through a new solar initiative launched this week by NAB and Origin.

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NAB, CEFC extend green loan scheme as farmers flock to solar, efficiency

NAB, CEFC extend green loan scheme as farmers flock to solar, efficiency

CEFC commits a further $180m to extend NAB Energy Efficient Bonus program, after huge success with Australian farmers.

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NAB taps offshore green bond market for 1.1GW of solar, wind

NAB taps offshore green bond market for 1.1GW of solar, wind

National Australia Bank extends renewables investment reach to EU, US and UK markets, with €500 million offshore green bond.

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Has NAB closed the door to future fossil fuel lending?

Has NAB closed the door to future fossil fuel lending?

National Australia Bank updates tally of “financed emissions” from power generation assets, while firming its commitment to a global carbon budget that limits global warming to less than 2°C. But what does this mean for future fossil fuel lending?