Clean Energy Investment Plans

02 Sep 2013

GDF SUEZ Australian Energy has submitted its first Clean Energy Investment Plans for its Hazelwood and Loy Yang B power stations to the Australian Government.

The plans, which are a requirement under the Clean Energy Act 2011, describe planned activities at the two power stations to improve operating efficiency and reduce the intensity of carbon emissions.

These plans are in addition to more than $1 billion invested in operational and environmental improvements at Hazelwood since 1996, which have resulted in a 10 per cent decrease in carbon emission intensity.

The Loy Yang B plan builds on a range of environmental and operational initiatives that saw the power station become the first fossil fuel power station in the world to gain quality accreditation to ISO 9001 and the first Australian power station to gain international environmental accreditation to ISO 14001.

To view the plans, click on the links below:

Clean Energy Investment Plan Clean Energy Investment Plan – Loy Yang B