OUR ACCREDITATIONS

Solar Reaction are both supporters and members of national and international societies focused on the future of solar energy. While all of our designers and installers are fully trained and accredited by the Clean Energy Council.

 

Clean Energy Council logo

The Clean Energy Council is the peak body representing Australia's clean energy sector. It is an industry association made up of more than 600 member companies operating in the fields of renewable energy and energy efficiency.

The CEC's members are involved in the development or deployment of clean energy technologies such as bioenergy, cogeneration, energy efficiency, geothermal, hydro, solar, solar hot water, marine energy and wind.

The CEC is an incorporated not-for-profit association which is based in Melbourne and operates nationally. It is funded principally by membership fees, with additional income generated by events and activities such as industry accreditation programs.

It provides a variety of services to members but its primary role is to develop and advocate effective policy to accelerate the development and deployment of all clean energy technologies. The CEC also promotes awareness of the industry, thought leadership and clean energy business opportunities through industry events, meetings, newsletters, directorates and the media.

The CEC's policy and advocacy work is guided by a committee, comprising a representative of each sponsoring member and the chair of each directorate. The Policy and Advocacy committee reports to the board.

Visit the Clean Energy Council website for more information.

 

Australian Solar Council logo

The Australian Solar Council is a dynamic organisation committed to the transition to a sustainable, solar-powered future for Australia.

The Solar Council (formerly the Australian Solar Energy Society) has been active for 50 years promoting solar energy and the growth of the industry. Its key focus over these years has been connecting scientific research with industry through events, conferences, and publications such its Member’s journal, Solar Progress.

Recently its role has broadened to include advocacy for the business community and consumers to ensure that people are given a fair go when it comes to solar energy policy. This includes briefing government Ministers and department advisers, providing government, media and industry with accurate information on solar, dispelling solar myths, and actively supporting campaigns to safeguarding the interests of consumers.

The Solar Council also supports home and workplace solar energy solutions including smart home energy design and energy efficiency.

Visit the Australian Solar Council website for more information.

 

International Solar Energy Society logo

International Solar Energy Society works to achieve 100% renewable energy for all, used efficiently and wisely, by providing the global renewable energy community with a collective, scientifically credible voice and up-to-date information gathered and synthesized by its talented members.

ISES, a non-profit UN-accredited membership NGO (non-governmental organisation) founded in 1954, has a long history of being the trusted global advisor on renewable energy and this remains its core value.

ISES informs and connects its extensive, diverse membership of researchers, academics, professionals, practitioners, businesses, decision makers, and advocates in more than 100 countries.

ISES promotes solar research and development, provides authoritative advice on renewable energy issues worldwide, advocates for a sustainable global solar industry, supports career growth of Young ISES members, and promotes energy education at all levels.

Visit the International Solar Energy Society website for more information.

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