This is a critical time for renewable energy
The Federal Government’s energy policy will have a profound impact on renewable energy and energy storage.
It could smash investment in residential, commercial and large-scale solar, storage and renewable energy.
With your help, we will save solar, storage and renewable energy.
You know how powerful we can be, but only with your support. Working together, we have:
- Saved the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme;
- Saved the Renewable Energy Target;
- Saved the Clean Energy Finance Corporation;
- Saved the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA);
- Built a coalition of governments and political parties committed to at least 50% renewables by 2030; and
- Unleashed a strong pipeline of big solar and storage projects across Australia.
Donate today to Save Solar and Storage and Renewable Energy.
We need all the help you can give us so please consider a regular contribution.
All donations, no matter how large or small, help to make a difference.
Donations over $2 are tax deductible. Thank you so much or your donation!
You can donate by Credit Card or by invoice.
Alternatively, please contact Sharon on +61 418 202 870 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A gift in your Will
A bequest, or legacy, can be the most important gift you ever give. By remembering the Smart Energy Council in your Will you are helping to ensure that the uptake and development of smart energy solutions in Australia continues.
We appreciate that family and loved ones should always come first, and believe that it is an important step to talk to them about your Will and let them know of your intentions, should you choose to leave a bequest to the Smart Energy Council.
Leaving a gift is an important decision but it doesn’t have to be complicated.
Where does my donation go?
Your tax-deductible donation will support the work of the Smart Energy Council - our advocacy and policy development or to the management and delivery of other projects such as research, technology and evaluation initiatives.
Authorised by John Grimes, Australian Solar Council, PO Box 231, Mawson ACT 2607