Do the installers have any certification from AEF?
- For Solar suppliers only Clean Energy Council Approved Solar retailers are used.
- Interested suppliers fill in standardised forms and provide supporting documentation. AEF conduct a selection process based on product quality, price, safety, customer service, business capability and reputation. We conduct in-person interviews and site visits.
Is AEF a not-for-profit?
Yes, AEF is a registered with the Australian Charities and Not for Profits Commission (ACNC). The Australian Energy Foundation is leading the way to an equitable zero carbon society. We are a for-purpose organisation whose work benefits all ...
Does AEF supply or install energy products?
No. We are a for-purpose organisation leading the way to an equitable zero carbon society. We deliver energy efficiency advice and help Australian households to access affordable and clean energy. We choose our installers through a tender process. ...
Where does AEF's funding come from?
Funding comes from: • Government Grants • Donations and Bequests • Interest Revenue • Management fees for rendering of services (Consultancy Fees & Project Income) • Membership Fees A Funding Agreement originally signed between Australian Energy ...
Does AEF get a commission from suppliers?
AEF receives management fees from our suppliers. This management fee goes directly towards supporting the operational costs of the program, which enables the continued uptake of renewable energy and energy-efficiency in New South Wales/Victoria. ...
What does AEF do for the community?
We work towards our vision of an equitable zero carbon society by accelerating the energy transition through empowering communities to create lasting change. AEF delivers significant carbon savings through our programs and the increasingly rapid ...