RATCH-Australia Corporation

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RATCH-Australia Corporation is owned by the Thai power generation company, Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding PCL and Transfield Services Limited. In Australia the company has an interest in four power stations and three wind farms.[1]

Handout from carbon tax package

RATCH-Australia Corporation received $8,719,952.91 of the $1 billion cash payments given out in 2011/12[2] to the operators of the most polluting coal-fired power stations. The cash was paid from the Energy Security Fund which was established as a part of the carbon tax legislation passed in 2011.[3][4]

Contact details

RATCH-Australia Corporation Limited
Level 7, 111 Pacific Highway

P: +61 2 8913 9400
F: +61 2 8913 9423
E: Enquiry AT RATCH-Australia.com
Website: http://ratchaustralia.com/

Articles and resources


  1. RATCH-Australia Corporation, "Home", RATCH-Australia Corporation website, accessed January 2013.
  2. Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency,"Generation complexes eligible to receive Energy Security Fund cash payments", Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency website, July 9, 2012.
  3. Australian Government, "An overview of the Clean Energy Legislative Package", Clean Energy Future website, accessed January 2013.
  4. Energy Security Council, "About the Council", Energy Security Council website, accessed January 2013.

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