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The finalists of the 2023 Clean Energy Council Awards

Sixteen finalists have been selected by our panel of judges and will now battle it out for a prestigious 2023 Clean Energy Council Award to be announced at the NAB Gala Dinner at the Australian Clean Energy Summit in Sydney on 18 July.

The Clean Energy Council Awards are the Australian renewable energy industry's most prestigious awards, recognising the outstanding contribution that individuals and businesses have made to clean energy in Australia.

We are delighted to announce four finalists for each of the Clean Energy Council Awards available in 2023.

Collaboration Award – In recognition of an organisation, individual or group that has worked to build consensus and progress a reform that has benefitted the Australian clean energy industry. The finalists are:

Supply Solar Pty Ltd
Energy Corporation of NSW
Star of the South
Array Tech Inc

First Nations Engagement and Participation Award – In recognition of an individual or organisation that has demonstrated outstanding positive community engagement in relation to First Nations communities. The finalists are:

First Nations Clean Energy Network
Acen Australia
Zenith Energy

Diversity and Inclusion Award – In recognition of an individual or organisation that has helped improve diversity and inclusion in their organisation or industry. The finalists are:

Aurecon Energy Industry
Hydro Tas
Iberdrola Australia

Media Award – In recognition of an organisation or individual that has led a story that has made a real impact on conversations around clean energy. The finalists are:

Australian Associated Press – Marion Rae; Media
RenewEconomy - Giles Parkinson; Energy Insiders Podcast
Circular PV Alliance – Megan Jones; Inspiring Change Worldwide: Solar PV Circularity Goes Global
The Guardian – Graham Readfearn; Temperature Check

The winners will be announced at the NAB Gala Dinner in Sydney at the Australian Clean Energy Summit on Tuesday 18 July 2023. Registration for tickets is available here.