Clean Energy Council


The Clean Energy Council (CEC) is the peak body for the clean energy industry in Australia. It represents and works with more than 1,000 businesses operating in Australia across solar, wind and hydro power, energy storage and renewable hydrogen, as well as rooftop solar installers.

One of the key Outcomes of the CEC 2030 Strategic Direction is that:

“Export capability of the clean energy sector is established, including the platform for a globally competitive hydrogen industry and associated regulatory framework.”

The Renewable Hydrogen Directorate is a grouping of CEC renewable energy sector members with a direct interest in green hydrogen. The group has around 250 members and meets frequently (around every 6 weeks) to share information, receive briefings from guest speakers and discuss policy matters.

The CEC is included with other key organisations in the H2 under AUD$2 Working Group and the Green Hydrogen Organisation.

For further information, contact Anna Freeman, Policy Director – Decarbonisation,


Review date: November 2022