The CEFC invests in a broad range of clean energy opportunities to accelerate the clean energy transition of Australia’s 50 largest cities
– delivering productivity, accessibility and liveability benefits through the Sustainable Cities Investment Program.
CEFC finance is being used across the urban environment to deliver clean energy benefits to commercial, industrial and residential property. We invest in low emissions transport and cleaner infrastructure, as well as manufacturing, educational and community assets.
Eligible projects range from precinct-scale renewable energy developments, to next-generation transport management systems, green buildings and energy efficient new and retrofitted affordable housing. The investments are intended to drive new enterprise and economic growth, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to more resilient and liveable cities, where the majority of Australians live.
Clean energy and our cities
Innovative technology meets innovative finance to deliver solar and batteries to SA homes
Read moreSouth Australian households can draw on cost-competitive CEFC finance to install home solar and battery storage under the South Australian government’s Home Battery Scheme.
WA large-scale energy from waste project an Australian first
Read moreThis facility represents a significant opportunity to reduce pressure on landfill capacity and create a new and reliable source of green power. We are proud to be supporting Western Australia to achieve its waste management and green energy goals, and we are committed to engaging with local communities throughout construction and once the facility is operating.Frank SmithAvertas Energy
Social and economic infrastructure to get clean energy boost
Read moreMorrison & Co has been investing in renewable energy for over 20 years and we are convinced that applying the decarbonisation and energy efficiency lens to a broader set of infrastructure assets will generate better long-term investment outcomes.Paul NewfieldMorrison & Co