The Hon Tim Wilson MP Media Releases

The Australian Government is supporting small and medium food and beverage manufacturers to be more energy efficient, while cutting their electricity bills and emissions.

Retrofitting older buildings will be critical to get Australia to carbon neutrality. The Commonwealth is providing a $30 million loan to a 25-year-old commercial office building demonstration project in Brisbane’s CBD.

Joint media release with the Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction Angus Taylor

Australia’s world leading voluntary offset scheme, the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF), continues to go from strength to strength.

Joint media release with Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction the Hon Angus Taylor MP

Parliament has endorsed a package of new laws which will support the development of Australia’s offshore energy industry and deliver new jobs and investment in offshore windfarms and transmission projects.

Joint media release with Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction the Hon Angus Taylor MP

The future of hydrogen exports in Australia will get a boost from international collaboration between Australia and Germany as the Morrison Government continues to accelerate the development of Australia’s future hydrogen industry.

A team of Monash University students has won a major international prize for its work on carbon capture.

Joint media release with Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction the Hon Angus Taylor MP

Australians continue to lead the world in uptake of rooftop solar, with 3 million solar systems installed across Australia. 

Joint media release with Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction the Hon Angus Taylor MP, and Member for Herbert Phil Thompson

The Morrison Government is supporting the development of the first clean hydrogen-powered trucking solution in Australia through new hydrogen infrastructure investment in North Queensland.

Joint media release with Minister for Industry, Energy and Emissions Reduction the Hon Angus Taylor MP

The Australian Energy Infrastructure Commissioner, Mr Andrew Dyer, has been reappointed in the role for a further four year term.