Lobby groups have been poring over the details of pledges included in the deal between Labor and the Greens to form minority government in the ACT.
As part of the agreement, election promises from both sides have been adopted and compromises made.
A key promise with Greens MLA Shane Rattenbury to introduce a light rail system to Civic will go ahead under a public private partnership.
A new body will be appointed to oversee the project and the first track is due to be laid by 2016.
Ian Ruecroft from ACT Light Rail is delighted with the outcome of negotiations.
"We feel that its a really good win for Canberra," Mr Ruecroft said.
"We feel its a good negotiating point that the Greens had with the Labor Party, and we also think that it reinforces the Labor Party policy prior to the election anyway." As flagged during the ACT Greens campaign, the territory can expect a new micro feed-in tariff scheme for household and businesses with solar panels.
It has been included in the deal despite Labor's previous objections to the proposal.
The full details are still to be revealed but the scheme will guarantee payment for 20 years.
Phoebe Howe from climate action group, Canberra loves 40 per cent says efforts to combat climate change have been addressed.
"I think this agreement covers off on a lot of those really major items," Ms Howe said.
"I think what is really going to be important over the next Assembly is going to be ensuring that these things are rolled out in a timely fashion." The Greens and the ALP are sticking to a target of sourcing 90 per cent of Canberra's energy from renewable sources by 2020.
All parties are preparing for the first sitting day in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday.