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Cooking oil recycled to cut carbon emissions
Thursday, 26 September 2013 15:08

Innovative recycling project recognised for cutting carbon emissions
WA awards recognise environmental excellence

A project that recycles used cooking oil into renewable biodiesel fuel has taken out this year's Golden Gecko award for environmental excellence.

This year's award was won by ESS Support Services Worldwide and AshOil, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation.

New fuel price sign regulations give motorists a fair go
Friday, 06 September 2013 17:09

Minister for Fair Trading Anthony Roberts today announced the enforcement of new fuel price signage standards across NSW.

“Motorists will no longer be confused about the real cost of fuel as they approach a service station,” Mr Roberts said.

“The mandatory standards will improve transparency in the industry, increase competition and enable consumers to accurately compare fuel prices at different retailers.

Funding Available Now for Clean Energy Projects
Wednesday, 05 June 2013 13:23

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) is now open for business and receiving proposals from organisations seeking funding for investment-ready renewable energy technology, low emissions technology and energy efficiency projects.

The CEFC has released its Investment Policies, detailing its approach and criteria for its investments. This follows the release last month of the Investment Mandate which set out the Government's expectations around CEFC's investment approach and overall corporate performance.

These are all available on the CEFC website at www.cleanenergyfinancecorp.com.au

Gov't Appoint Extra Members to Biofuel Expert Panel
Friday, 03 May 2013 08:01

NSW Goverment appoints extra members to Biofuels Expert Panel.

The NSW Government has appointed three new members to the Government’s Biofuels Expert Panel to include industry experience on the advisory body that oversees the State’s biofuels policy.

Automotive apprentices supercharged by Ethanol Sustainability Challenge
Wednesday, 10 April 2013 14:00

New South Wales Minister for Environment Robyn Parker will launch the Ethanol Sustainability Challenge today, to the celebration of the automotive industry and environmental advocates. 

WIN-Kelly-Bros-thumbThe Minister was thrilled to be launching the national initiative as it promotes the increased use and acceptance of sustainable biofuels among young automotive workers.

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