Company Overview of Clean Energy Finance Corporation
Clean Energy Finance Corporation is an investment arm of the Australian Government specializing in investments in projects, and technologies at the later stages of development. It can also look at earlier stage projects. The firm does not investment in technology for carbon capture and storage, nuclear technology, or nuclear power and does not make grants. The firm targets investments in renewable energy, low-emission technology, and energy efficiency sectors in Australia. The firm invests in hybrid technologies. It invests in organizations and projects using 'clean energy technologies' as well as manufacturing businesses that focus on producing the inputs required. The firm invests directly...
1 Bligh Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
Founded in 2012
Key Executives for Clean Energy Finance Corporation
Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary
Chief Governance and Strategy Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Clean Energy Finance Corporation Key Developments
New Forests and Clean Energy Finance Corporation Agree to Collaboration on Bioenergy and Biofuel Developments
Aug 1 13
New Forests Pty Limited and Clean Energy Finance Corporation announced that they have jointly executed a collaboration agreement to finance new bioenergy and biofuel developments. The new investments could include combined heat and power projects or renewable fuels projects featuring biodiesel or syngas associated with forestry investments in regional Australia. New Forests has invested in extensive forestry plantations in Australia, and the agreement may support establishment of new domestic markets for hardwood and softwood timber as well as traditional forestry and sawmill waste products. Under the collaboration agreement, New Forests will seek to develop commercially-oriented investment opportunities in renewable energy that complement regional forest sectors. The collaboration agreement is open to any projects brought forward by New Forests that meet the CEFC investment criteria. New Forests has identified a bioenergy plant in the Green Triangle alongside the Tarpeena sawmill as an immediate priority, as well as an assessment of the potential to use hardwood plantations for bioenergy and biofuel production at other locations.
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