Victorians will enjoy supercharged solar savings, new green spaces and more renewable jobs as the Andrews Labor Government drives down energy bills and emissions.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting regional Victorians to make the switch to renewable energy, saving them thousands in energy costs and boosting community energy capacity.
The Andrews Labor Government is getting on with providing new and upgraded open space right across Melbourne, with local communities playing a vital role in shaping the design and feel of the new spaces.
Bus diesel mechanics and transport technicians are invited to enhance their skills through the Andrews Labor Government’s new pilot course that will gear them up to work on zero emission electric vehicles, as Victoria works to halve its emissions by 2030.
The Andrews Labor Government is continuing to invest in renewable energy in the Latrobe Valley and beyond – reducing emissions and creating jobs.
The Andrews Labor Government is boosting the number of women in the solar industry with new training and support measures – ensuring women are part of Victoria’s transition to a clean, cheap and reliable energy future.
The Andrews Labor Government will deliver Australia’s first offshore wind farms with a strong plan to drive regional investment, slash emissions and create jobs.
The proposed Sea to Summit experience in East Gippsland is a step closer, with research into the multi-day walking trail showing strong support from stakeholders and the local community.
The Andrews Labor Government is drought proofing the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne − with high-quality recycled water now being used to irrigate the award-winning Australian Garden and plant nursery.
Community organisations across the state can cut energy costs, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reduce waste thanks to two Andrews Labor Government programs.