Solar PV Accreditation

The Australian Clean Energy Council's Solar Accreditation Scheme is a vital component in selecting a reputable and qualified solar panel installer. By choosing a CEC accredited installer, you can be assured that they have undergone training and testing to meet industry standards, ensuring that your solar system is installed safely, efficiently, and to your satisfaction.

The Clean Energy Council's accreditation program strives to establish the benchmark for quality in the solar sector and recognizes individuals who have completed the necessary training in the design and installation of solar power systems, battery storage, and other renewable energy systems.

Currently, there are over 8,000 CEC accredited installers across Australia. To claim under the Small Scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES), individuals must be accredited by the Clean Energy Council.

The Clean Energy Council offers several accreditation categories, including Grid-Connect, Battery Storage, Stand-Alone Off-Grid, and others, each with varying levels of responsibility and skillset. To be eligible for certain accreditation categories, individuals may need to possess an unrestricted electrical license.

It is important to note that the Clean Energy Council does not accredit individuals for extra-low voltage work. All low-voltage work must be performed by a licensed and qualified electrical worker in accordance with Australian Standards and legislation.

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