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Apply for accreditation

The Clean Energy Regulator is expected to announce a new accreditation provider in February 2024. To prepare for the transition we are making changes to applications and fees. Find out more
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Once you’ve completed the required training, you can submit an application to be provisionally accredited.

To apply you must complete the online application form. Please note the new cut-off dates and fees associated with the upcoming transition to new accreditation provider(s) found here. You will be asked to make this payment as part of the online application process.

You can only apply for provisional accreditation once in a 12-month period.

In completing this form you will be asked for:

  • Certificate of Currency/Proof of Public Liability Insurance cover (minimum of $5 million coverage)
  • record of successful completion of all required training units
  • copy of current unrestricted Australian/New Zealand Electrical Licence (for any install accreditation applications)
  • proof of current Working Safely at Heights certification - check required units (for install accreditation applications only)

Once your application and payment have been received, the approval process usually takes five working days. Once your application has been approved you will have 30 days to successfully complete your online assessments.


Note: provisional accreditation expires three months from the date it is awarded. Before expiry, you must submit an application to upgrade to full accreditation to maintain your Clean Energy Council accredited installer status.

If you do not submit an upgrade application, your accreditation will remain expired and you will not be able to reapply for provisional accreditation for 12 months.