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Australian PM pushes renewable agenda with 50 million USD for energy efficiency

CANBERRA, Feb. 28 (Xinhua) — The Australian government has committed 67 million Australian dollars (47.8 million U.S. dollars) for energy efficiency initiatives as it continues to build its renewable energy credentials. Among the fund, the 50 million AUD (35.7 million USD) Energy Efficient Communities Program (EECP) will allow businesses to apply for grants of up to 25,000 AUD (17,861 USD) to upgrade their electrical equipment to improve their energy management. A further 17 million AUD (12.14 million USD) will be spent on improving energy efficiency of commercial buildings and schools. It marks the fourth major renewable project that the […]

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