Low Emissions Technology Demonstration Fund

From SourceWatch
Jump to: navigation, search
This article is a stub. You can help by expanding it.

The Low Emissions Technology Demonstration Fund (LETDF) is an Australian government program managed by the federal Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism which aims to "help Australian firms commercialise world-leading low emissions technologies."[1]

"The objective of the LETDF was to demonstrate the commercial potential of new energy technologies or processes or the application of overseas technologies or processes to Australian circumstances to deliver long-term large-scale greenhouse gas emission reductions, through:

  • the demonstration of the commercial potential of new energy technologies or processes
  • the application of overseas technologies or processes to Australian circumstances."[1]

Round One Funding

In the first round of funding from the program, government support was offered to give projects. These were the:[2]

Articles and Resources

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, "Low Emissions Technology Demonstration Fund", Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism website, accessed September 2010.
  2. Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, "Low Emissions Technology Demonstration Fund (LETDF) Round 1", Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, August 2009.

Other SourceWatch Resources

External resources

External Articles