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Low Emissions Energy Development Fund

The Low Emissions Energy Development (LEED) Fund supports innovative technology projects at the commercial demonstration, commercialisation and local adaptation stages in Western Australia. The Fund is administered by the Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC).  Decisions on funded projects are made jointly by the Ministers for Environment and Energy.

Objectives

The key objectives of the LEED fund are to support new low-emissions energy technologies in WA to:

  • help to ensure clean, competitive and secure energy supplies in the future
  • reduce the impact of carbon pricing on energy prices in WA
  • form part of WA’s contribution to Australia’s Renewable Energy Target
  • address WA specific energy challenges and renewable opportunities
  • develop new low emissions industries in WA.

Projects

LEED has allocated funding of around $30 million to a range of projects in the areas of:

  • wave energy
  • geothermal
  • ground-source heat pump
  • solar thermal power generation
  • a mallee harvester for biomass
  • bio-fuel from algae
  • biomass pyrolysis for co-firing with coal
  • anaerobic digestion
  • reduced emissions from the LNG industry.

Funding of projects for the fourth and final round has been completed.

If you have any questions or would like to be notified in case of future developments, please contact the DEC’s LEED Fund manager on (08) 6467 5157 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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