A renewable energy master plan is critical to the clean energy transition - op-ed
Our Chief Executive, Kane Thornton, writes for The Daily Telegraph ahead of the Federal Budget.view Download
Clean Energy Council submission to the AER Draft: Export Service Incentive Scheme
We have a number of concerns about the ESIS that may artificially constrain the amount of rooftop solar that can be exported and therefore the potential for reducing consumer energy costs.view Download
Clean Energy Council Submission to Draft Queensland E-Products Action Plan
We applaud the Queensland Government’s development of an e-waste action plan. As is highlighted in the Draft Plan, Australia makes a significant contribution to the global problem of e-waste.view Download
Submission on technical requirements for connection draft report
The Clean Energy Council welcomes the opportunity to comment on the draft determination for the Australian Energy Market Operator's review of the technical standards for connection.view Download
Clean Energy Australia Report
The Clean Energy Australia report provides a comprehensive overview of the Australian clean energy sector.view Download
Clean Energy Council comment on the Efficient Provision of Inertia rule change
The Clean Energy Council has recommended the development of a market to drive investment in renewable technologies to support better frequency control. This market will reward renewables for controlling the 'rate of change of frequency', which is key to keeping the system stable during major disturbance events, like the loss of a large thermal coal generator.
The Clean Energy Council welcomes the opportunity to make a submission on the National Battery Strategy issues paper (Issues Paper).
The Clean Energy Council is pleased to see the Australian Government investigating a National Battery Strategy, as investment in our batteries is essential to the country’s clean energy transition. The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) described the investment in storage facilities as ‘the most pressing need in the next decade (beyond what is already committed)’ to manage the variations in the output from fast-growing solar and wind generation.view Download