The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has committed up to $150 million to a major intermodal terminal in south-western Sydney that is expected to reduce emissions by switching from road to rail.
Qube Holdings Limited is developing the nationally-significant Moorebank Logistics Park, which will increase the use of rail networks to distribute containerised freight to and from Port Botany. The project will also incorporate large-scale renewable energy sources, and is expected to reduce freight truck emissions by more than 110,000 tCO₂e a year.
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