The Clean Energy Council maintains a list of approved modules, inverters and batteries that meet Australian Standards for use in the design and installation of solar and battery storage systems.
Accredited persons and retailers should always refer to the lists before performing an installation. The lists are dynamic and products can be de-listed at any given time if found in breach of the Clean Energy Council's Product Listing Terms and Conditions or voluntarily removed at the request of the manufacturer for products that are not actively imported.
Only systems with products from the approved lists are eligible to receive small-scale technology certificates (STCs) under the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES).
View the list of currently approved inverters and power conversion equipment (PCE) or apply to have your products listed.
View the list of currently approved PV modules or apply to have your products listed.
View the list of currently approved batteries or apply to have your products listed.
Find out the costs involved in applying to have your products listed as part of the Clean Energy Council’s Product Assurance Program.
Take a look at our frequently asked questions to find out more about the Clean Energy Council’s Product Assurance Program.
View information on product recalls related to solar and battery storage products in Australia.
Find out about the testing process as part of the Product Assurance Program and how you can report a product fault.
As part of the Product Assurance Program, an independent Product Listing Review Panel hears any appeals against decisions made by the Clean Energy Council to refuse or de-list a product.
The listing of inverters, modules and batteries on the Clean Energy Council’s Approved Product Lists is subject to them meeting the terms and conditions. Ensure you read these carefully before applying to have a product listed on an Approved Product List.