• Service: Tax, R&D Incentives, Advisory, Risk Consulting, Climate Change & Sustainability Services, Topics, Climate Change
  • Industry: Agribusiness, Automotive, Building materials, Industrial Manufacturing, Energy & Natural Resources, Forestry, Mining, Oil & Gas, Power & Utilities, Renewables, Water, Food, Drink & Consumer Products, Retail, Transport & Logistics
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 7/09/2011

Australia's Climate Change Plan: A summary of the assistance packages 

The Australian Government’s proposed Climate Change Plan includes significant financial support designed to assist business transition to a clean energy future.

It is important for organisations to understand the assistance packages that are available to them, how these align with their strategic business objectives and how they can access the funding available.

To assist organisations, KPMG has prepared a summary of the assistance packages available.


Key elements of support
The key elements of support come in a variety of packages including grants, loans, tax deductions and other incentives.


Key focus areas include:

  • jobs and business competitiveness
  • innovation in renewable energy, energy efficiency and low-pollution technologies
  • businesses and the community
  • key industry sectors
  • regional areas
  • farmers and landholders
  • electricity generators.

Australia's Climate Change Plan analysis

Climate Change Plan Analysis
KPMG's analysis of the Australian Government’s Climate Change Plan, including the carbon price mechanism.
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