Two new CEC Board members
We are pleased to announce the appointment of two leaders of the Australian solar industry, Warwick Johnston from SunWiz and Cameron Garnsworthy from FRV to the Clean Energy Council board.
29 Feb, 2016
Approved Solar Retailers set to light up Life Saving Clubs across Victoria
The Victorian Government is helping Life Saving Clubs across the state to go solar with Clean Energy Council Approved Solar Retailers.
24 Feb, 2016
Networking event to electrify Perth energy sector
Western Australian Energy Minister Mike Nahan will be the special guest at a Clean Energy Council networking event in Perth this week, at a time of massive change across the energy sector.
23 Feb, 2016
Door open in South Australia for innovative 21st century energy solutions
The release of a report on South Australia's power supply security today confirmed the important role renewable energy is playing in the state, and also opened the door for innovative storage solutions to play a role in strengthening the electricity network, the Clean Energy Council said today.
19 Feb, 2016
Future of Battery Storage workshop – now available online
If you missed the Clean Energy Council’s workshop on the Future of Battery Storage Installation in Australia, you’re in luck – the event is now available to view online.
17 Feb, 2016
Clean Energy Council addresses international hydro power experts
The Clean Energy Council addressed hydropower experts from around the world in Hobart today, at a meeting of the International Energy Agency’s hydropower working group.
16 Feb, 2016
Renewable energy industry energised for a better year in 2016
With Australia Day getting further and further behind us, the challenges and opportunities of 2016 are already in full swing for the renewable energy industry.
11 Feb, 2016
AGL tests the wind with new renewable energy fund
Energy company AGL has announced an initiative today which is designed to fund large amounts of new renewable energy.
10 Feb, 2016
Waterloo Wind Farm expansion generates local jobs
The expansion of the Waterloo Wind Farm in South Australia will generate local jobs and investment as well as clean energy, with the announcement that Keppel Prince Engineering has won a $3.5 million contract to supply six wind turbine towers for the project.
09 Feb, 2016