It’s good news – Australia is on-track to meet the 2020 Large-Scale Renewable Energy Target goal of 33k gigawatt-hours of renewable energy.
The Clean Energy Regulator confirmed their confidence in meeting the 2020 target after the approval of four large wind and solar power stations was announced on 30 August 2019. Collectively, the four new energy sources will contribute 406 megawatts; enough renewable energy to meet the 2020 large-scale renewable energy target.
While the renewable energy capacity target has been achieved for 2020, the Clean Energy Regulator has confirmed that investment in Australia’s renewable energy market will continue.
For further information on Australia’s Renewable Energy Target, please visit the Government’s Clean Energy Regulator website by clicking HERE.
Claire DayAUSTRALIA’S 2020 RENEWABLE ENERGY TARGET AHEAD OF SCHEDULE
The Small Business Energy Advice Program (BEAP), the Federal Government’s recently launched small business initiative, is offering two new free services to small businesses across Australia:
1) Business Energy Advice: a personalised energy advice service
2) Small Business Energy Check: an online tool that assists with energy-saving understanding.
The BEAP can help with practical changes to energy-saving equipment, the identification of the most suitable energy plans, advice on energy usage improvements and energy grant eligibility.
The BEAP is tailored toward small businesses with less than 20 staff operating anywhere in Australia. It can also be used by small business advisers such as accountants, book-keepers and energy experts.
For more information on the Small Business Energy Advice Program (BEAP), please visit the energy.gov.au website by clicking HERE.
Claire DayINTRODUCING THE SMALL BUSINESS ENERGY ADVICE PROGRAM (BEAP)