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Compliance toolkit

The Clean Energy Regulator has announced a new accreditation provider. Effective 29 February 2024, Solar Accreditation Australia (SAA) is responsible for the accreditation of installers and designers. Visit now to switch or apply for accreditation.

The Clean Energy Council is committed to ensuring the high quality of solar installations by accredited installers and designers, and working with industry to continually improve standards. Check out our compliance toolkit to ensure all the work you do is up to scratch.

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Clean Energy Council accredited installers and designers are bound by a set of rules that dictate their conduct. Find out what these rules are and how they fit together.


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Australian standards

Clean Energy Council accredited persons must adhere to the relevant Australian standards when designing and installing systems.


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Code of Conduct

Accredited installers and designers must behave in a way that is in line with the Code of Conduct. Find out exactly what is expected of you as an accredited installer or designer.


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Compliance procedure

Compliance is a critical part of CEC-accreditation and our compliance procedure ensures guidelines and other regulations are followed by accredited individuals.


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There are many hazards associated with installing solar systems. You and your workers’ health and safety should be the number one priority and never be compromised.


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Accreditation guidelines

To assist CEC-accredited installer and designers with delivering high quality work we produce practical guidelines and advice to be read in conjunction with the relevant Australian standards.



Appeals Process

Learn more about the appeals process available to accredited persons who have had their accreditation suspended or cancelled.