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More Native Trees For Wadawurrung Country

The Wadawurrung Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation will grow thousands of native trees to be planted on Country as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s More Trees for a Cooler, Greener West initiative.

Fast-Tracking Renewable Hydrogen For Industry

The Andrews Labor Government is leading the way in harnessing renewable hydrogen to clean up heavy transport, buses and industry with more than $7 million of funding for trials and studies to fast-track this emerging technology.

Grants To Drive Zero Emissions Future

Victorian business and industry will be encouraged to help kickstart investment in Zero Emissions Vehicles and reduce the transport sector’s carbon footprint as part of a plan to reach net zero emissions by 2050.

First Landscape Conservation Area Launched

The Andrews Labor Government today released a plan for the state’s first landscape conservation area − an area in Melbourne’s east that will preserve the biodiversity of almost 3,000 hectares of land and water frontages.

Flicking The Switch On Australia’s Biggest Battery

Victoria’s Big Battery – the biggest in the southern hemisphere − is now operating, safeguarding the state’s energy supply through our hot summer months, driving down electricity prices and supporting the state’s massive renewable energy build.

Stunning Walks Will Provide Boost To Bass Coast

Victorians will be able to take a stunning 32-kilometre coastal walk thanks to an Andrews Labor Government plan to improve visitor experiences and boost regional tourism at one of the state’s newest parks – Yallock-Bulluk Marine and Coastal Park.

Zero Emission Vehicle Charging Blitz

The Andrews Labor Government is supercharging the state’s zero emissions vehicle journey with $5 million for a fast-charging network and $3 million in new charging grants for local council and business fleets.

Big Boost To Offshore Wind To Drive Jobs

The Andrews Labor Government is further cementing Victoria’s status as the clean energy capital of Australia, with a funding boost of $40 million for offshore wind projects to drive jobs and bring forward the next wave of renewable energy opportunities.