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Download Text  Investing in large-scale solar for Reef health
11 August 2017
The Turnbull Government, through the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), is investing almost $90 million for the construction of two new large-scale solar farms in north Queensland.The new Daydream and Hayman solar farms near Collinsville ...
Download Text  Delivering solar to remote Indigenous communities
11 August 2017
Daly River is set to become the first remote Indigenous community in the Northern Territory to be powered by solar and battery thanks to the roll out of the $55 million Solar Energy Transformation Program ...
Download Text  New legislation to improve air quality
10 August 2017
The Turnbull Government has today introduced new legislation to help improve Australia’s air quality.The Product Emissions Standards Bill will allow new product emissions standards to be established on small spark engines (non-road), bringing us into ...
Download Text  Abolition of LMR to reduce pressure on energy prices
10 August 2017
The Turnbull Government has today introduced legislation to address escalating electricity prices by removing the ability of energy networks to appeal decisions of the Australian Energy Regulator (AER).This will remove the ability of regulated energy ...
Download Text  Exploring new technologies to secure Australia's energy network
10 August 2017
The Turnbull Government through the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) is investing $300,000 in a breakthrough trial which could see wind farms provide greater reliability to the electricity network.Under the trial, South Australia’s Hornsdale Stage ...
A better deal for Australian families
9 August 2017
The Turnbull Government is taking decisive action to reduce energy prices for Australian families and businesses.It is simply not good enough that some consumers cannot always afford to turn on their lights, heating and equipment. ...
Download Text  Security Board to keep reliable energy supply
8 August 2017
The Turnbull Government welcomes the appointment of Dr Kerry Schott and Clare Savage to the newly established Energy Security Board (ESB).Established by the COAG Energy Council the ESB will coordinate the implementation of recommendations from ...
Download Text  Testing new hydrogen technology for energy storage
8 August 2017
An exciting new project will be trialled in South Australia to test whether excess renewable energy could be used to split water molecules, producing cheap hydrogen to supplement existing natural gas supplies.The project, which is ...
Download Text  More money to help cane farmers cut runoff to the Reef
8 August 2017
The Turnbull Government is accelerating efforts to improve the Great Barrier Reef’s water quality by providing further funding of up to $7.1 million to Queensland sugarcane farmers to reduce nitrogen runoff flowing from the Reef ...
Download Text  Revised plan increases access and protection in the Whitsundays
1 August 2017
Amendments to the Whitsundays Plan of Management have been finalised, putting in place new rules for one of the most important tourism destinations in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.The Whitsundays area makes up one ...
Download Text  Microgrid construction begins at Garden Island
1 August 2017
The Turnbull Government welcomes the commencement of construction of an integrated solar and battery storage microgrid at HMAS Stirling, by Carnegie Clean Energy.Carnegie’s operations on Garden Island have been made possible through $28.5 million in ...
Download Text  Funding for new electricity grid technology development
31 July 2017
The Turnbull Government through the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) is providing $5 million to NOJA Power, a Brisbane-based energy technology company, to develop smart switchgear that will help maintain stability of the electricity grid. ...
Download Text  Fast forward on action to preserve the Reef
28 July 2017
The Australian and Queensland Governments remain firmly committed to preserving and managing the Great Barrier Reef and are immediately commencing the mid-term review of the Reef 2050 Plan to ensure that it continues to be ...
Download Text  Marine park draft management plans released
21 July 2017
The Director of National Parks has today released draft plans to establish a world-class management program for Australia’s marine parks in Commonwealth waters.This independent consultation is part of the Coalition Government’s commitment to delivering a ...
Download Text  Yellow crazy ants meet their match in taskforce
21 July 2017
The Turnbull Government welcomes the deployment of a taskforce by the Wet Tropics Management Authority’s Yellow Crazy Ant Eradication Program this week to treat by hand yellow crazy ant infestations along creek systems through the ...
Download Text  Australia strongly opposes Japanese whaling plans
20 July 2017
Australia is deeply disappointed by Japan’s recent announcement that they have resumed another of their so-called ‘scientific’ whaling programs, this one in the North Pacific.This comes despite the clear and unambiguous conclusions of the International ...
Download Text  New appointments to the Clean Energy Finance Corporation board
20 July 2017
The Turnbull Government is pleased to announce several appointments to the board of the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC).The new board members bring a range of important skills and expertise to the board with significant ...
Download Text  Australia signs the International Solar Alliance
19 July 2017
The Australian Government has formally indicated its intention to join the International Solar Alliance, an important initiative to boost cooperation on new technologies and provide new opportunities for Australia’s world-leading expertise.The Solar Alliance, led by ...
Download Text  COAG Energy Council agrees to significant reforms to the electricity sector
14 July 2017
The COAG Energy Council has today agreed to a significant set of reforms which will deliver a more affordable and reliable electricity system as we transition to a lower emissions future.At the meeting in Brisbane ...
Download Text  Reducing road freight emissions in south-western Sydney
14 July 2017
An innovative project to reduce freight truck emissions by using a rail network to distribute containerised freight has received up to $150 million in support from the Turnbull Government, through the Clean Energy Finance Corporation ...

 

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