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The Clean Energy Council is the peak body representing Australia’s clean energy sector. It is an industry association made up of more than 500 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.


EnergyRatingImproving the energy efficiency of appliances and products in all sectors (residential, commercial and industrial) has significant economic and environmental benefits for Australia and New Zealand. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions and energy demand in both countries, helps save consumers and businesses on running costs over the life of the products they choose to use.

If you are considering the purchase of any of these types of regulated product, you can compare the full range of models with their detailed specifications to find the most energy efficient product to suit your needs


EcoDirectory is Australia's guide to sustainable living.


The ATA (Alternative Technology Association) is Australia’s leading not-for-profit organisation, promoting sustainable technology and practice in order to protect our environment.



The Australian Government is committed to action that will safeguard our environment, sustain our society and support our economy.
  • Reducing our greenhouse gas emissions
  • Promoting energy efficiency
  • Adapting to climate change impacts
  • Helping to shape a global solution


The Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) is a separate office within the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet. OEH is an environmental regulator and a manager of parks and gardens in NSW and develops and leads policy and reform in sustainability, biodiversity and native vegetation, coastal protection and Aboriginal cultural heritage.

In regulatory matters for environment protection, OEH acts under the powers of the statutory Environment Protection Authority (EPA) and its Board.

OEH supports the Premier, the Minister the Environment and the Minister for Heritage in performing their executive and statutory functions.

OEH was formerly known as the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (DECCW)


The Office of Industry & Investment NSW is focused on helping determine how New South Wales can:
  • distribute safe, sufficient, reliable and cost-competitive energy to consumers;
  • have a significant role in the growing national energy market;
  • encourage private investment in New South Wales;
  • support, regulate and monitor the New South Wales energy industry.

The Department has strong relationships with the Commonwealth Government, other state and territory governments, energy industry participants and the community.


Hawkesbury EarthCare Centre (situated in Richmond, Western Sydney) serves as a focus and gathering place for people learning and working together for responsible stewardship of the earth.


Servicing All Sydney Suburbs. 

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