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 2016.
Clean Energy Finance Corporation Key Developments
Oliver Yates Announces the Decision to Step Down as CEO of the Clean Energy Finance Corporation
Oct 19 16
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation announced its founding CEO, Mr. Oliver Yates, has advised the board of his decision to step down. Mr. Yates has played a central role in the creation of the CEFC. The CEFC Board has begun the process of recruiting a replacement for Mr. Yates and will be considering both internal and external candidates. In the interim, Mr. Yates will remain CEO.
Clean Energy Finance Corporation Presents at 8th Annual Distressed Investing and Financial Restructuring Australia 2016, Mar-10-2016 through Mar-11-2016
Dec 31 15
Clean Energy Finance Corporation Presents at 8th Annual Distressed Investing and Financial Restructuring Australia 2016, Mar-10-2016 through Mar-11-2016. Venue: Sheraton on the Park, Sydney, Australia. Presentation Date & Speakers: Mar-10-2016, Theodore Dow, Chief Investment Officer.
TransGrid To Seek Funding From CEFC, Australian Renewable Energy Agency And Others
Jul 23 15
TransGrid is planning to seek funding from the Australian government's Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) for building a wind farm electricity hub near the Queensland state border, as per TransGrid Strategy Chief, Greg Garvin. TransGrid will discuss financing options with all funding sources including the CEFC and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, said Greg Garvin. TransGrid is defying Prime Minister, Tony Abbott's order to CEFC to stop investing in wind and solar power.
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