Pathway to cleaner, greener homes

New homes built today will be in use for decades to come. We want those homes to have the strongest energy efficiency and to deliver the smallest carbon footprint possible. Find out how the CEFC is investing in sustainable housing.

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Clean energy home loans

Helping cut emissions by investing $10 billion on behalf of the Australian community – in agriculture, cleantech innovation, energy generation and storage, infrastructure, property, transport and waste.

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Targeted lifetime abatement (CO2-e)
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Smaller-scale projects financed
Total capital deployed to 30 June 2019

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Biofuels and Transport: An Australian opportunity

With Australia’s electricity sector undergoing a substantial transition to cleaner energy and lower emissions, it is appropriate to consider other areas of emissions reduction that will be essential for Australia to meet our emissions reductions commitments. Transport is one such area of opportunity, particularly when supported by a robust domestic biofuels industry. Find out more in our special report.

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Why businesses work with us

It’s fantastic to see the CEFC investing in agrifood tech through this commitment to Tenacious Ventures. Kick-starting this industry in Australia will take guts and expertise, and the CEFC brings both.

Mike Cannon-Brookes
Grok Ventures Partner

We are proud to have achieved this world first for the retail property sector and deliver on the objectives of our investors to make meaningful and tangible progress towards enhancing our sustainability performance.

Michael Fattouh
QSCF Fund Manager

Together with the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, we aim to present forward-looking solutions to help Australian farmers manage rising energy costs. Clean energy leads to greater efficiencies and productivity, and an overall lower emissions profile for the agribusiness sector.

Tony Mahar
National Farmers' Federation