ABOUT THE CLEAN ENERGY COUNCIL
The Clean Energy Council is the peak body for the clean energy industry in Australia.
We are a not-for-profit, membership-based organisation. We represent and work with over 600 leading businesses operating in or supporting the development of renewable energy (such as solar, wind, hydro, bioenergy, geothermal and marine) and energy storage, along with more than 5800 solar installers.
Visit www.cleanenergycouncil.org.au for more information.
Our vision is for Australia to be powered by clean energy
We are committed to accelerating the transformation of Australia’s energy system to one that is smarter and cleaner. We do this through:
- Providing a strong voice for our members
- Standing up for the industry
- Developing and driving effective policy and advocacy
- Working with industry to continually improve standards and maintain integrity
- Working closely with local, state and federal governments to increase demand for clean energy products
- Providing services and initiatives to members and the wider industry that help to grow the sector
- Promoting the clean energy industry
POLICY & ADVOCACY WORK
Our policy and advocacy work allows our members to have a strong voice that helps to influence and accelerate the take up of clean energy in Australia.
We also have a strong focus on raising standards and maintaining integrity with the industry. We do this through a number of ways including the accreditation of solar installers across Australia, maintaining lists of approved modules, inverters and battery energy storage products, running an Approved Solar Retailer program, developing guidelines and having input into the development of Australian Standards.
You can find out more about this work through the following links.
- Advocacy and initiatives
- Accredited Installers
- Approved products
- Approved Solar Retailers
The Clean Energy Council provides guides and information for consumers to help in their decision to purchase solar and battery storage systems.
The Clean Energy Council does not sell solar or batteries and we do not door-knock or call consumers. If a company has contacted you saying they are from the Clean Energy Council, they are scammers. You can find more information in our consumer section.