Clean energy at home
CEFC commitments of more than $530 million are targeting the delivery of clean energy solutions to a diverse range of communities, from seniors’ living to community housing and student accommodation. All projects are targeting substantial reductions in emissions. In Perth, Curtin University is drawing on CEFC finance to deliver 1,000 new student accommodation beds, a 60-room boutique hotel and 38 apartments. In Canberra, our finance is helping LDK Healthcare transform a disused office park into an energy efficient seniors’ living village. In regional NSW, we’re helping finance energy efficient homes for 220 low income families. And in South Australia, some 40,000 households can draw on CEFC finance to install home solar and battery storage systems as part of the SA Government Home Battery Scheme.