Members have the opportunity to engage with and contribute their insights and expertise to the work of the Clean Energy Council through a number of committees. These committees advise the Clean Energy Council on policy and industry development issues in specific areas of the clean energy industry.
Clean Energy Council committees bring together leading stakeholders to discuss the key issues and initiatives for the clean energy industry.
As a member, you may be interested in joining a committee to:
The following outlines the current Clean Energy Council committees.
The Policy and Advocacy Committee is open to Sponsoring members. The other CEC committees are open to Sponsoring and Corporate members or by invitation only.
This committee is the main policy-setting body of the Clean Energy Council. Its role is to advise the Clean Energy Council and ensure a balanced approach is applied to develop positions – taking into account all technology areas.
Members can log in to read more about this committee.
Directorates advise the Clean Energy Council on policy and industry development issues in specific areas of the clean energy industry.
Members can log in to read more about each Directorate below.
Working groups are often set up by a Directorate to discuss a specific topic related to a technology or policy issue. These working groups provide members (and in some instances, expert non-members) with a forum to discuss issues and guide the direction of the Clean Energy Council.
Members can log in to read more about the working groups below.
Please contact our membership team on +61 3 9929 4140 or [email protected] to find out more and check your eligibility.
If you don’t see a directorate that represents your policy or technology area please get in touch with our membership team.