A manufacturer is a company that manufactures renewable energy system components such as solar panels, inverters, solar water heaters and air source heat pumps.
Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme, the Clean Energy Regulator is responsible for managing the
register of solar water heaters, which lists all solar water heaters and air source heat pumps eligible under the scheme, and assessing of applications for new systems to be added to the register.
Before applying to the Clean Energy Regulator to have a solar water heater assessed, manufacturers should check the system is eligible and meets the requirements on the
eligibility requirements page.
Clean Energy Council is responsible for maintaining lists for components of solar panels systems that are eligible under the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme. Visit the Clean Energy Council website if you are interested in submitting
PV modules or
inverters for approval.
Manufacturers and importers of solar panels and inverters with products on the Clean Energy Council's approved PV module list and approved inverter list have additional obligations under the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme. How to meet requirements to provide serial number data are set out on the solar PV components page.
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