Australia’s first thermal energy from waste plant is under construction in Perth. Learn how it will work.
The CEFC is working with the CSIRO and MIRA to demonstrate how clean energy technologies can benefit Australian agribusiness.
Australian fleet buyers have signalled a switch to electric vehicles (EVs) in the next two years, on the back of a unique EV Drive Day convened by the CEFC.
The CEFC 2017-18 Annual Report provides insights into the CEFC’s economy-wide investment focus, as well as emerging trends in the clean energy sector.
Designed to help property owners and managers navigate the clean energy markets, this webinar discusses our recent report and the nine most common distributed energy options for the property sector with case studies from Woolworths and Monash University.
The electric vehicle revolution is on its way. The only question is how soon. View the presentation from our recent webinar with Paul Dowling, CEFC, Dr Alina Dini, QUT and Richard Lovell, CEFC, discussing the future of electric vehicles in Australia.
The CEFC 2016-17 Annual Report reflects on a year that saw us commit more than $2 billion to projects valued at $6.5 billion.
Adelaide Oval has created a world class audience experience through a major energy efficient lighting upgrade with finance from the CEFC and Commonwealth Bank’s Energy Efficient Equipment Finance program.
The CEFC is investing in Carbon Revolution - a Geelong-based global leader in carbon fibre wheel manufacturing - to help it ramp up operations
Hear how Ararat wind farm is harnessing the power of wind to produce sustainable renewable energy and supporting regional and local economy
The Clean Energy Innovation Fund has invested in GreenSync, a global energy-tech company, connecting distributed energy to the grid
SGCH and CEFC are helping to build 500 energy efficient homes for low income families
Kidston Renewable Energy Hub in Queensland is combining solar plus pumped-hydro storage at a disused mine site
Leading property manager, Investa is targeting net zero carbon emissions by 2040
CEFC investment commitments have contributed to $11 billion in clean energy projects in Australia in our first four years.
CEFC sponsors of the Best Sustainable Development – Existing Build at the 2017 PCA Innovation and Excellence Awards
Timelapse photography captured construction of the innovative DeGrussa solar and storage project in remote Western Australia.
Energy efficiency can help a wide range of businesses improve productivity and lower their energy and operating costs
Sundrop Farms’ world-leading solar thermal technology provides cooling for greenhouses and desalinated water, generating sustainable and profitable food production.
CEFC's co-finance for Carnegie Wave Energy helps harness Australia's wave energy resources and create an industry of the future with global potential.
Bankstown Sports Club is investing for a smart energy future.
Victorian manufacturer Labelmakers is compressing energy costs and improving efficiency with new presses financed under a CEFC and Commonwealth Bank Energy Efficient Loan.
Fresh fruit supplier Nu Fruit is reaping energy savings with solar financed through an Energy Efficient Loan to meet over 10 per cent of its energy needs.
Goulburn Valley fruit supplier Radevski Coolstores is using state-of-the art technology financed with an Energy Efficient Loan to grow productivity and cut energy costs.
Regional businesses are investing to grow and thrive with CEFC and Commonwealth Bank Energy Efficient Loans.