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
The CEFC’s first investment commitment to the hotels sector is addressing energy consumption through lifting the design of the Holiday Inn Express at Southbank in Melbourne.
Zen Ecosystems – which has developed intelligent energy management solutions that could save Australian businesses up to 25 per cent on their energy consumption – will soon get a boost from the Clean Energy Innovation Fund.
The CEFC is working with the $12 billion IFM Australian Infrastructure Fund to reduce carbon emissions at some of the nation’s leading ports, airports and electricity infrastructure.
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