"As a major player in the clean energy industry, it is in my interests to maintain a leadership position and play an active strategic role in CEC work while staying on top of opportunities as they arise..."

  • ACCIONA Energy Australia Global Pty Ltd

    ACCIONA Energy Australia Global Pty Ltd

    ACCIONA Energy is a world leader in the renewables sector. The company has taken on the mission of demonstrating the technical and economic viability of a new energy model based on criteria of sustainability. It focuses its activities on wind power, in which it is the largest developer and constructor of windparks in the world. It is also present in other electric power generation technologies based on renewable energy sources - solar thermal, photovoltaic, and biomass - and the manufacture of wind turbines (designed in-house) and the production and marketing of biofuels. It also has cogeneration assets. The company has one of the biggest and most qualified workforces in the clean energy field. ACCIONA Energy is the energy division of ACCIONA, a leading group in infrastructures and services aimed at sustainable development and social well-being. ACCIONA is a homogeneous and integrated business group focused on high added value operations that enable it to create synergies and make profitable investments in strategic sectors.

  • AGL


    AGL is one of Australia’s leading integrated renewable energy companies. Drawing on more than 175 years of experience, we operate retail and merchant energy businesses, power generation assets and an upstream gas portfolio.

  • Commonwealth Bank of Australia

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia is Australia’s leading provider of integrated financial services, including retail, premium, business and institutional banking, funds management, superannuation, insurance, investment and share-broking products and services.

  • Delta Electronics

    Delta Electronics

    Delta, founded in 1971, is a global provider of power and thermal management solutions. Its mission statement, "To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow," focuses on addressing key environmental issues such as global climate change. As an energy-saving solutions provider with core competencies in power electronics and automation, Delta's business categories include Power Electronics, Automation, and Infrastructure. In response to the challenge of climate change, Delta will remain committed to the research and development of innovative, energy-saving products, solutions and services that are contributing substantially to the sustainable development of mankind.

  • Energy Developments Limited

    Energy Developments Limited

    Energy Developments currently owns and operates an international portfolio of over 985MW of power generation facilities in Australia, North America and Europe, utilising a range of fuel sources operating in five main areas: landfill gas, waste coal mine gas, wind, solar, remote energy, natural gas (NG, CNG & LNG) and diesel.

  • GE Australia Pty Ltd

    GE Australia Pty Ltd

    GE traces its beginnings to Thomas A Edison, who established Edison Electric Light Company in 1878. In 1892, a merger occurred of Edison General Company and Thomson-Houston Electric Company. GE serve the power industry for over a century and operate in around 100 countries worldwide.

  • Goldwind Australia

    Goldwind Australia

    Goldwind is a leading vertically integrated global wind player offering comprehensive solutions from R&D, pre-sales service, manufacturing, project delivery, EPC and O&M. Goldwind has been one of the global top ten wind turbine manufacturers for the past three years and has sustained over 100% compound annual revenue growth for the last 8 years. Designed by German technology partner, Vensys, Goldwind's Permanent Magnet Direct Drive (PMDD) wind turbines are engineered for reliability, internationally certified and maintain some of the world's lowest production and maintenance costs.

  • Hydro Tasmania

    Hydro Tasmania

    We believe in the power of natural thinking. Since our first hydropower development almost a century ago, Hydro Tasmania has been a leader in renewable energy development and is Australia's largest producer of renewable energy. Today, we use a combination of water and wind power to harness natural energy that we sell on the national grid. Our company also owns Momentum, the Victorian specialist electricity retailer. And through our consulting arm, Entura, we share our expertise in energy and water.

  • Infigen Energy

    Infigen Energy

    Infigen is an active participant in the Australian energy market. It is a developer, owner and operator of renewable energy generation assets delivering energy solutions to Australian businesses and large retailers. Infigen owns 557 MW of installed generation capacity operating in New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia and sells the energy and Large-scale Generation Certificates (LGCs) through a combination of medium and long term contracts and through the spot market. Infigen is looking to develop further renewable energy projects in response to the strong demand for renewable sourced energy and decreasing cost of development. It has a number of projects that offer near-term development opportunities. It recently reached financial close on the 113.2MW Bodangora wind farm development project in New South Wales. Infigen Energy trades on the Australian Securities Exchange under the code IFN. For further information please visit our website: www.infigenenergy.com

  • JA Solar Investment China Co., Ltd

    JA Solar Investment China Co., Ltd
  • Nordex Group

    Nordex Group

    Nordex Acciona Windpower is a leading integrated, global manufacturer of multi-megawatt onshore wind turbine systems. With its head office in Hamburg, Germany, and 5,000 employees globally, Nordex Acciona Windpower has combined over 30 years of experience in designing, constructing and operating wind turbines to deliver more than 21 GW of sustainable energy in over 25 markets worldwide. In Australia, the regional team provides expertise in the planning, design, engineering, project management and maintenance of wind power plants.

  • Pacific Hydro Pty Ltd

    Pacific Hydro Pty Ltd

    Pacific Hydro was founded in Australia in 1992 and is an independent, global owner, operator and developer of wind and hydro renewable energy assets. Pacific Hydro has a high quality and diversified portfolio of 19 operating assets with an installed capacity of ~713 MW across Chile, Australia and Brazil. It also has a substantial pipeline of development projects, with potential additional installed capacity of ~1.5 GW from 19 further projects across its three markets and a growing electricity retail platform in Australia.

  • RATCH-Australia


    RATCH-Australia is an independent power producer and has been actively developing, building and operating projects in Australia since 2011.
    Our diversified nationwide portfolio comprises eight thermal and renewable energy assets with a total installed capacity of more than 800MW and a significant pipeline of projects in development.
    RATCH-Australia is 100% owned by Thai Stock Exchange listed Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding PCL, Thailand’s largest independent power producer.


  • Senvion Australia Pty Ltd

    Senvion Australia Pty Ltd

    Senvion Australia is a 100% owned subsidiary of German-based Senvion GmbH, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of onshore and offshore wind turbines with over 12GW of wind energy installed globally.
    Founded in 2002, Senvion Australia has approximately 11% of the local wind energy market with a total of 440MW of wind capacity installed across 9 wind farms in Victoria and New South Wales.

    In Australia, our local team has the skills and expertise to design, build, operate and maintain sustainable power plants, from initial wind and site engineering, through to our operations and maintenance support.

    The Australian team is also responsible for the Senvion Group’s presence in the Asia Pacific region. Active in the Japan market since 2003, Senvion Australia manages the provision of spare parts and technical support to 68 Senvion turbines with an installed capacity of 118MW across 16 wind farms.

    For more information, visit www.senvion.com

  • Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

    Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

    Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy is a leader in the clean energy marketplace. We are very well positioned to help people and communities around the world respond to today’s energy challenges. Our experience and world-class technology make wind power more competitive, and help to create a cleaner, more affordable and more reliable source of energy. This will enable us to contribute to the ambitious decarbonisation targets and help combat the effects of climate change.

    Leveraging our 25 years’ experience and leadership in the industry, our wind power products and technologies are now being used in more than 90 countries, across five continents, onshore and offshore. They cover all wind classes and site conditions. Our full scope solutions including grid infrastructure and comprehensive service enables us to fulfil all customer requirements. We have a proven track record of excellence in operation and maintenance. We offer adaptive service portfolios that are tailored to our customers’ diverse operating models, including advanced diagnostics and digitalisation capabilities. Our customers benefit from the broadest product portfolio in the wind power market and our extensive global footprint. The complementarity of our technical know-how and experience ensures world-class technology that delivers on cutting the cost of energy.


  • Tilt Renewables

    Tilt Renewables

    Tilt Renewables owns and operates a wind generation portfolio with an installed capacity of 582MW, representing approximately 11% of market share by installed wind capacity in Australasia. Installed capacity is made up of 307 operating turbines across 7 wind farms and includes both Australia’s second largest, and New Zealand’s largest wind farms. Our pipeline of wind and grid connected solar development projects has the potential to produce more than 2000MW of additional renewable generation capacity. Tilt Renewables is listed on both the NZX and ASX.

  • TransGrid


    As the operator and manager of the transmission network in NSW and the ACT, we connect generators, distributors and major end users to the electricity they need, when they need it. At TransGrid, we keep you and your way of life connected. Our core role is to provide safe, reliable and efficient transmission services to NSW, the ACT and the National Electricity Market. We take this role seriously. While transmission is a small component of the electricity bill, around 7% for households and businesses, we do not believe that consumers should pay more than necessary for a reliable electricity supply. This keeps us honest. It is our responsibility to ensure we operate our business as efficiently as possible, to drive down costs and promote strong customer service. Our network comprises 99 bulk supply substations and more than 12,900 kilometres of high voltage transmission lines and cables. Interconnected to QLD and VIC, the network provides a strong electricity system enabling energy trading between Australia’s three largest states along the east coast and supporting a competitive wholesale electricity market.

  • Vestas Australia

    Vestas Australia

    Vestas core business comprises the development, manufacture, sale and maintenance of wind technology that uses the energy of the wind to generate electricity. Our expertise in Modern Energy covers more than just wind turbines. We specialise in planning, installation, operation and maintenance. Our competencies cover everything from site studies to service and maintenance. Vestas is distinguished by a high degree of vertical integration. By manufacturing the principal parts of the turbine itself, we increase the flexibility of our product development, reduce dependence on suppliers, and maintain a high level of manufacturing know-how. At the same time, production and sourcing are carried out as close to the market as possible. In 2008, Vestas opened the world's largest research and development centre for wind energy in Aarhus, Denmark which will house more than 900 employees. Vestas' vision is Wind, Oil and Gas. With these words, we strive to make wind an energy source on a par with conventional energy sources such as oil and gas.