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A CEFC milestone of driving more than $1 billion in new investment in smaller-scale clean energy projects coincides with the launch of a $100 million agreement with Bank of Queensland.
The CEFC has made a cornerstone investment of $30 million in the QIC Shopping Centre Fund (QSCF) green bond, the first certified green bond issued by a retail property landlord globally.
The CEFC has committed nearly $1.5 billion to new clean energy investments in FY2019 and is sharpening its focus on grid stability in the year ahead.
The CEFC has announced a further significant investment in the WA market, committing $120 million in finance to Curtin University to support the development of its exciting new innovation hub. Total CEFC investments in WA now stand at $375 million, across a diverse range of projects.
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