Australian government set to allocate $1.4 billion to clean energy

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The Australian government has allocated substantial funding to critical minerals and clean energy initiatives.

Over the next 10 years, $1.4 billion will be provided to support the manufacturing of clean energy technologies.

The government’s Future Made in Australia agenda will drive these initiatives.

A new framework, established under the Future Made in Australia Act, will prioritise industries for funding.

Funding will support projects contributing to net-zero emissions and bolstering supply chain security.

Environmental scientist, Jorge Acevedo Pallares, Shed light on the Australia’s strategic approach to achieving net-zero emissions.

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