ENERGY EFFICIENCY

CEFC expands on its clean energy investment in SA

CEFC expands on its clean energy investment in SA

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) is helping demonstrate the diverse potential of energy efficiency programs by helping finance clean energy improvements to two Adelaide buildings, under the South Australia government's new Building Upgrade...

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Global report finds Australian manufacturers are most energy intensive

Global report finds Australian manufacturers are most energy intensive

News from the International Energy Agency (IEA) that Australia's manufacturing sector is the most energy intensive of 19 advanced economies is cause for concern, says the Energy Efficiency Council (EEC).

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Efficient, low carbon energy could reduce Australia's reliance on gas

Efficient, low carbon energy could reduce Australia's reliance on gasLock icon

A new ClimateWorks report has shown that Australia has the potential to reduce its reliance on gas by 25% by 2030, helping to ease the nation's east coast gas shortage.

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Taking advantage of our city's untapped opportunities

Taking advantage of our city's untapped opportunitiesLock icon

Australia's cities are built on untapped opportunities - in fact, up to 80,000 untapped opportunities that need government support to meet their potential.

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Battery of the Nation worthy of national significance

Battery of the Nation worthy of national significance

Tasmania's Battery of the Nation initiative is now firmly on the radar of Australia's main infrastructure funding body.

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Energy efficiency essential to guarantee secure & affordable energy

Energy efficiency essential to guarantee secure & affordable energy

The Energy Efficiency Council has welcomed the Australian government's focus on addressing both reliability and emissions through the release of preliminary details of its proposed National Energy Guarantee (NEG), however, the Council noted that the NEG...

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Vic government unveils $26m solar funding program for state's hospitals

Vic government unveils $26m solar funding program for state's hospitals

The Victorian government has announced a new $26 million funding program to help the state's hospitals and regional health services install rooftop solar and other energy efficient technologies, to help drive down the health sector's rising power costs....

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"Energy efficiency is essential" for energy security

"Energy efficiency is essential" for energy security

The Energy Efficiency Council's head of policy Rob Murray-Leach has welcomed the latest Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) report, which states that managing how we use energy will be critical for energy security this summer.

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Californian energy leader will head talks on Australia's energy crisis

Californian energy leader will head talks on Australia's energy crisis

The Energy Efficiency Council (EEC) has announced that Californian energy Commissioner Andrew McAllister will headline the National Energy Efficiency Conference 2017, taking place on November 20-21 in Melbourne.

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Wattwatchers encourages efficient energy use

Wattwatchers encourages efficient energy use

New investment is set to boost production of an award-winning efficient energy device, with the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) investing $2 million in clean-tech company Wattwatchers to help develop the power-measuring device.

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