CEFC investments forge path to net zero
We have embarked on our tenth year, backed by a proven investment strategy that is accelerating Australia’s transition to net zero emissions. The CEFC Annual Report 2021 shows how our investments are leading the way to a low emissions future.
Helping cut emissions by investing $10 billion on behalf of the Australian Government – in agriculture, cleantech innovation, energy generation and storage, infrastructure, property, transport and waste.Where we invest
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(all figures to 30 June 2021)
In the news
Nation building Project EnergyConnect to unlock cheaper, cleaner electricity
Read moreEnergyConnect will be Australia’s biggest electricity interconnector built to date in the National Electricity Market and it will help to accelerate Australia’s energy transition by connecting customers with more renewable generation.Paul ItalianoCEO, TransGrid
Firstmac reaches for the stars in sustainable housing with first new green home loan
Read moreWe are pleased to support efforts for a sustainable future and deepen our existing relationship with similarly-minded organisations like Norinchukin and the CEFC.Kim CannonManaging Director, Firstmac
Low carbon concrete offers clean foundations in Perth
Read moreWe want to be part of the solution for reducing carbon emissions in Australia and the best way to achieve our goal is by finding synergies between our developments and new green technologies and construction methods.Ben LisleManaging Director, Hesperia
300 MW Victorian Big Battery targets stronger grid and more renewable energy
Read moreAt 300 MW it will be one of the largest batteries in the world, taking our total capacity in operation or under construction in Australia to over 1.8 GW, and bringing us one step closer to our global target of 5 GW by the end of 2021.Xavier BarbaroChairman and CEO, Neoen
Explore where we invest
Our finance is creating cleaner, lower cost energy Australia wide, including large and small scale developments, established and emerging technologies as well as innovative energy storage solutions.
Investing in low emissions solutions for infrastructure, manufacturing and property can deliver benefits across the economy, cutting costs, improving efficiency and easing energy network demand.
We’re working to decarbonise key sectors of our economy, creating new opportunities in agriculture, resources and transport alongside leading institutions.
Our special investment programs aim to accelerate the transition to lower emissions across diverse areas of the economy, reflecting Investment Mandate Directions from the Australian Government.
Acknowledgement of Country
The CEFC acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.
We pay our respects to their Elders – past, present and emerging.