This article was originally published by Solar Choice Staff on 11 November, 2019 Established in 2002 and initially called the Sustainable Melbourne Fund, the City of Melbourne developed the fund to finance sustainable initiatives undertaken by buildings
Sustainable Australia Fund works with local councils to help Australian businesses upgrade their buildings, unlock savings and become more sustainable. We’re excited to release this video showing how we can help businesses complete building upgrades…
Project Overview Established in 1936, Booth Transport is a family-owned company that provides freight, container and bulk liquid transportation, warehousing, and logistics services nationally. In 2018 Booth Transport commenced an incredibly ambitious environmental protection project
One of Australia’s most innovative finance structures, established by the City of Melbourne to power investment in environmental outcomes by businesses, is being recapitalised and expanded across Australia.
The Sustainable Melbourne Fund is now the Sustainable Australia Fund
Farmers and agricultural businesses across Australia feeling the pinch from rising energy prices are taking action, with support and advice from SMF making the process easy. They are among some of the latest business we’ve been working with to improve their energy productivity through environmental upgrade finance, with some great results….
Sustainable Melbourne Fund (SMF) and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) are expanding of their partnership, to double the number of local governments offering innovative low-cost loans for businesses to make upgrades that cut emissions and energy costs….
More small to medium enterprises will find out about Environmental Upgrade Finance with SMF’s new collaborative agreement with the state Government.
SMF are proud to offer EUA services that provide a faster, simpler and smarter way to undertake building upgrades.
The Victorian Government passed the Environmental Upgrade Agreement (EUA) legislation through the lower house with both major parties and the Greens supporting it. The bill is now on the agenda of the upper house for debate….