Australian fleet buyers have signalled a switch to electric vehicles (EVs) in the next two years, on the back of a unique EV Drive Day convened by the CEFC.
The CEFC 2017-18 Annual Report provides insights into the CEFC’s economy-wide investment focus, as well as emerging trends in the clean energy sector.
The CEFC has committed up to $100m to finance loans for South Australia’s Home Battery Scheme, to be delivered through RateSetter’s new South Australian green lending platform.
The CEFC is committing up to $90 million towards Australia’s first large-scale energy from waste (EfW) project – a 36MW state-of-the-art plant at Kwinana in Western Australia that can power up to 50,000 homes using household waste.
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