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Clean energy and greener freight infrastructure

Innovation meeting sustainability at Moorebank Logistics Park

An estimated 70 per cent of Australia’s emissions are associated with infrastructure assets. As well as providing critical services across the economy, these long-lived carbon intensive assets offer significant potential for emissions abatement. 

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Clean energy and greener freight infrastructure

May 2021

How can clean energy technologies deliver lower emissions and improved energy efficiency for Australia’s freight and logistics infrastructure?

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Our investment

Moorebank Logistics Park, regarded as a nationally significant infrastructure project, transformed the way containerised freight moves through Port Botany in Sydney.

The project supports increased use of rail in place of road freight, uses onsite automation and significant amounts of renewable energy generated onsite.

The CEFC investment in the development of Moorebank Logistics Park, demonstrated the potential of existing clean energy technologies to support decarbonisation of the infrastructure sector. The CEFC finance was fully repaid in February 2023.

With infrastructure owners facing new challenges in the way they manage the energy profile of their assets, the CEFC is investing in best practice and market leading design, construction and operations in a critical part of our national infrastructure portfolio.
Last updated May 2021. Transport, Infrastructure, Investment Insights
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