An Australian-first climate bond is giving investors access to Australia’s burgeoning rooftop solar and small-scale energy storage market, providing further evidence of the economy-wide impact of the accelerating transition to clean energy.
Specialist investors are expressing strong confidence about the potential for growth in Australia’s innovative clean energy sector, according to the Clean Energy Innovation Fund’s first Australian Cleantech Barometer.
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has congratulated Avertas Energy on the official commencement of construction of Australia’s first thermal energy-from-waste facility at Kwinana, which is benefiting from CEFC finance.
In an Australian-first, the CEFC and Cbus Property are targeting industry leading energy efficiency standards in a mixed-use building development, ensuring Melbourne’s distinctive Collins Arch building becomes a landmark in urban sustainability.
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