Renewable energy schemes get finance boost

Adam Leach is a freelance business journalist
23 May 2016

Australian bank Westpac is looking to ease the financial burden on businesses looking to invest in renewable energy technologies by offering up to 100% finance on rooftop solar installs and a range of other opportunities.

The Westpac Energy Efficient Financing Program, established in partnership with the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, will provide a total of AUS$200m in funding to assist businesses purchase renewable and energy efficient technology.

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