Clean Energy Council

The Clean Energy Council is the peak body for the clean energy industry in Australia. It is a not-for-profit, membership-based organisation. It represents and works with Australia's leading renewable energy and energy storage businesses, as well as rooftop solar installers, to further the development of clean energy in Australia.

See below for the Latest Clean Energy Council News, Analysis, Profit Results, Share Price Information, and Commentary. 

Rooftop solar battery attachments up 35.5% in Q4 2023

Battery attachment surpassed 150,000.
4 days ago

Rooftop solar battery attachments up 35.5% in Q4 2023

Battery attachment surpassed 150,000.
4 days ago

Australia's rooftop solar installations reach 20 GW

It deployed 2.9 GW of rooftop solar last year.

Renewables account for nearly 40% of Australia’s electricity: report

The country added 5.9 GW of renewable energy capacity in 2023.

Energy watchdog names new accreditation scheme operator

The Clean Energy Council formerly served as the operator.

Australia’s Victorian Government bares energy strategy

This includes support for long-duration storage projects.

Australia’s energy storage investments hit record-high in Q2

Investments in storage reached billions for the first time in a quarter.

Eight new RE projects start construction in Q1

The financial commitments during the period declined on the other hand.

New rules for grid connection needed in Australia: Clean Energy Council

This is to give renewable energy investors certainty in connecting to the grid.  

Rooftop solar powers more Australian houses than coal

Rooftop solar systems provided 14% of Australia’s electricity needs during the summer. 

Australia’s clean energy investments up 17% YoY in 2022

However, more is needed to be done to achieve the RE target on the NEM.