Since 2013, the Clean Energy Finance Corporation's specialist finance has helped a range of businesses reduce their energy use with the uptake of energy-efficient equipment and technologies. The CEFC has provided to date $150 million which has financed more than 1,000 energy efficiency projects.

‘Clean energy asset finance can make a big impact on the operations of businesses which have made the switch to more productive and energy-efficient equipment and processes, typically reducing energy costs by 10 to 20%,’ CEFC Head of Portfolio Management Paul Greenop said.

See Clean Energy Finance Corporation for more information on projects and financing.

Source: CEFC media release.

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