Accreditation and qualifications
We have the knowledge and experience that will give you peace of mind
All Solar PV systems within Australia must be designed and installed by Clean Energy Council accredited designers and installers. Our team not only has full CEC accreditation but is made up of true professionals with degree level education, 20 years electrical installation and engineering experience.
Clean Energy Accreditation
The solar PV accreditation ensures installers have ongoing training and professional development. CEC installers must achieve 100 training points each year by attending multiple technical training courses.
The Accreditation process
TThere are three steps that accredited installers must achieve:
1. Complete the required training
The first step is to complete the relevant training units required for the type of accreditation applied for. There are a number of registered training organisations (RTOs) that offer the units required for accreditation.
2. Apply for provisional accreditation
Once the training is complete, there is a provisional accreditation.
The copies of training certificates are needed, electrical license, working at heights certification and public liability insurance.
Once everything has been approved, the accreditation certificate is sent with a new accreditation number via email. The provisional accreditation lasts for three months.
3. Upgrade to full accreditation
An application to upgrade to full accreditation is submitted which includes a case study about an installation performed while provisionally accredited. This is to demonstrate competency in designing and installing solar power systems.
The case study will be assessed by a technical expert who will then approve the application and give approval.
Once approved, full accreditation lasts for two years.
Clean Energy Council Designer & Installers
Solar PV accreditation gives installers access to continuous professional development and technical support to ensure the best possible standard of solar PV installations across Australia.
QLD Electrical Contractors License
A license must be held by any entity performing electrical work for others. This includes sole traders, subcontractors, partnerships and companies.
QBCC Builders License
A license for low rise building works. Building work on a class 1 or class 10 building, Building work on classes 2 to 9 buildings with a gross floor area not exceeding 2000m2.