The Clean Energy Council works to raise the standard of quality in the solar industry through our accreditation program.
Accreditation with the Clean Energy Council recognises people who have undertaken the necessary training to design and install solar, batteries and other renewable energy systems.
CEC-accredited installers and designers aim to work to industry best practice standards, producing systems that are safe, reliable and meet customer expectations.
There are now more than 8,000 accredited installers around Australia.
Clean Energy Council accreditation is a must-have qualification for anyone who wants to design or install solar or storage and make claims against the Small Scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES).
Find out about the types of accreditation available to help you decide which is most suitable to you.
Find out what you need to do to qualify, and the steps you need to take once you get your accreditation.
Make sure your work is up to scratch and find out what is required of CEC-accredited persons.
As part of CEC accreditation, continuous professional development must be completed each year to ensure your technical knowledge stays up to date.
If you are a training provider who would like to have your course listed as part of the CEC’s Continuous Professional Development program visit this page.
This page provides a snapshot of the Solar Accreditation Scheme's compliance activity.
The Industry Reference Group provides input and advice on key decisions and issues relating to the programs the Clean Energy Council administers and the rooftop solar industry.