For a small-scale solar and/or battery storage system to be eligible for STCs, it must be designed and installed by someone who is accredited by the Clean Energy Council.
This is to ensure that the small-scale renewable energy systems, for which the government issues STCs, are correctly designed and installed by designers and installers who have received proper training.
For more information about STC eligibility visit the Clean Energy Regulator’s website.
By becoming a Clean Energy Council accredited installer you will:
Please note: accreditation is only available to individuals. This differs from Clean Energy Council membership, which is available to businesses, and the Approved Solar Retailer program, which is only available to qualifying solar and storage retail businesses.
Below is a list of all the types of accreditation we offer. The relevant accreditation must be held for government rebate eligibility.
DESIGN & INSTALL
You must complete the relevant training units required for the type of accreditation you are applying for.
There are a number of registered training organisations (RTOs) that offer the units required for accreditation. Get in touch with relevant RTO for more information about the courses they offer.
Unit requirements for trade and university-based training
Registered training organisations offering required units