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Time to address lack of women in renewable energy industry
Sometimes in the energy industry it can feel like ‘diversity’ is when one of the middle-aged guys on a conference speaking panel is wearing a grey suit instead of a navy one.
13 Oct, 2015
Clean Energy Council solar award winners power past rivals
The winners of the 2015 Clean Energy Council Solar Design and Installation Awards were presented across a range of categories at the ATRAA solar industry dinner last night, capping off a very successful All-Energy Australia conference in Melbourne.
09 Oct, 2015
New government wind power appointments to return sensible tone to debate: Industry
Australia’s wind energy industry has welcomed the appointment of the new Wind Farm Commissioner and Independent Scientific Committee on Wind Turbines, which should help to increase community understanding about the technology, the Clean Energy Council said today.
09 Oct, 2015
All-Energy Australia about to light up renewable energy industry in Melbourne
The 2015 All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference is tomorrow, promising an inspiring program, along with a variety of highly-anticipated side events such as the Grand Networking Event on the first night and the ATRAA dinner on Thursday night.
06 Oct, 2015
Wind Farm Open Day to show why renewable energy has Australia in a spin
From a fun run winding among the wind turbines near Canberra to sausage sizzles, mountain bike tours, face painting and Clydesdale rides, there is something for all the family at this weekend’s Wind Farm Open Day.
05 Oct, 2015
Women in Renewables lunch to address gender agenda at All-Energy Australia
It is time to do something about the embarrassing lack of women in the renewable energy industry.
01 Oct, 2015
CEC praises WA Independent Market Operator
Clean Energy Council West Australian Manager Dermot Costello has praised the work of the state’s Independent Market Operator (IMO) and its CEO Allan Dawson, after news that many of the organisation’s functions will be transferred to the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO).
01 Oct, 2015
Tick of approval from ACCC for Clean Energy Council Approved Solar Retailer scheme
The Clean Energy Council’s Approved Solar Retailer scheme has received the tick of approval from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) for a further five years, in recognition of the scheme’s role in helping consumers and achieving higher standards in the solar industry.
24 Sep, 2015
Positive investment signals for renewables under new Prime Minister
After several dark years under former Prime Minister Tony Abbott, comments by senior government Ministers this week suggest the clouds may be lifting from the renewable energy sector.
23 Sep, 2015
Solar awards finalists showcase best in the business
The finalists in the 2015 Clean Energy Council Solar Design and Installation Awards were announced today, showcasing everything from a huge commercial installation at a Toyota plant in Melbourne and an aged care facility with battery back-up to a system for Burder Industries that used solar panels to spell out the name of the company.
23 Sep, 2015
Were you snapped at the Australian Clean Energy Summit 2015?
The Australian Clean Energy Summit 2015 was held in Sydney in July – were you there?
22 Sep, 2015
New Ministry to deliver fresh thinking on clean energy
Australia’s renewable energy industry says it is looking forward to working with new Energy and Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg, as well as continuing its strong relationship with Environment Minister Greg Hunt.
21 Sep, 2015
New renewable energy initiative means more money going into the pockets of SA farmers
Opening up pastoral leases in South Australia to renewable energy projects such as wind and solar farms will unlock new sources of revenue for farmers and new investment for the state, the Clean Energy Council said today.
18 Sep, 2015
Power in Turnbull's hands – literally
After claiming victory in a party room spill earlier this week, Malcolm Turnbull said: “The Australia of the future has to be a nation that is agile, that is innovative, that is creative. We have to recognise that the disruption that we see driven by technology, the volatility in change is our friend if we are agile and smart enough to take advantage of it.”
17 Sep, 2015
New economic direction to bring Australia into the 21st Century
New Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull wasted no time signalling his intentions after claiming victory over Tony Abbott this week.
16 Sep, 2015