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Articles | May 15, 2024

Budget 2024: A win for clean energy, not environment

FS Sustainability

Financial Standard’s Sustainability coverage of the 2024-25 Budget announcements for the Future Made in Australia Act Read more

Articles | Mar 14, 2024

Governments must prioritise local content requirements in the transition to net zero

Manufacturers Monthly

Report on benefits for Australian businesses, communities, First Nations, and workers from the energy system changes – so long as our governments prioritise local content requirements in the drive to decarbonise our economy and transition to net zero. Read more

Articles | Mar 6, 2024

Energy sector calls for community to remain engaged on offshore wind

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Climate Capital Forum member Satya Tanner CEO LAUTEC Australia featured in Port Stephens News of the Area news site, on the importance of communities remaining engaged in consultation on offshore wind in Australia. Read more

Articles | Feb 6, 2024

Shock at call for moratorium on ‘reckless renewables’

Climate Capital Forum responds to rally at Parliament House in Canberra, where politicians called for a moratorium on renewables and decarbonisation projects. Read more

Articles | Feb 2, 2024

The Future Fund already invests in Australia. Could it be asked to do more?

Investor Strategy News points to Climate Capital Forum’s proposal in its pre-budget submission for the Future Fund to include a “strategic national interest objective”. Read more

Articles | Feb 1, 2024

BlueScope receives funding for lower emissions project

Coverage of BlueScope Steel and LIBERTY Steel Australia receiving $200 million in grants from the federal government for projects that will lower emissions in steel production. Read more

Articles | Feb 1, 2024

BlueScope ‘old’ blast furnace grant slammed by experts

The Climate Capital Forum responds to news of a grant to BlueScope Steel for a $1.15billion upgrade of its Port Kembla blast furnace – extending coal-based steelmaking for two decades: “while Australia procrastinates, developed world leaders are pivoting”. Read more

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