Investment Reference Group

Investment Reference Group


The Zero Carbon Communities – Investment Reference Group was set up to help deliver the aims and ambitions of our Zero Carbon Communities. 

 The Investment Reference Group provides strategic direction and leadership to enable effective investments to rapidly reduce emissions, build local community well-being and make a reasonable return.

The group investigates existing investment pathways to improve the timeliness and scale of emissions-reducing projects, as well as potential new or ‘game changing’ pathways.

This work demonstrates how to implement solutions that create a zero emissions Australia. 

BZE is grateful for the input and expertise of our Investment volunteers. 


The Investment Reference Group includes representation from:

  • Australian Energy Foundation Limited 
  • Australian Ethical
  • Bank Australia
  • Bendigo Bank
  • Greenhouse Alliances
  • C4CE
  • Chuffed
  • Climate Council
  • Community power hubs
  • Impact investment
  • Renew
  • Renewable Energy Insights 



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