A solar installation with one of the best views in the world, solar panels used to provide shade for a university carpark and a solar array in the shape of a corporate logo are among the finalists in the 2017 Clean Energy Council Solar Design and Installation Awards.
In a year of unprecedented growth for the Australian solar industry, the finalists in this year’s awards highlight some of the most innovative and unique installations taking place around the country. The ingenuity and inventiveness demonstrated by these installations is a credit to the industry, and serves as a fantastic example of the quality of solar design and installation in Australia.
The standard of entries received for this year’s awards was exceptional, and the Clean Energy Council would like to thank all those who took the time to submit an entry.
Award finalists have been named across three categories: under 30 kW, 30-240 kW and over 240 kW. The finalists were selected by an independent panel of solar industry experts.
The winners of the Clean Energy Council Solar Design and Installation Awards will be announced on Wednesday 11 October at the All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference in Melbourne.
All-Energy Australia is being held in partnership with the Clean Energy Council and runs from 11-12 October. Entry to the exhibition and the Clean Energy Council’s Solar Masterclass Series is free, as is entry to the awards presentation ceremony being held as part of the grand networking function at the conclusion of the first day of the conference.
The full list of finalists is as follows:
Under 30 kW
Over 240 kW