Is there an accreditation I should look for when selecting a battery supplier and brand?

Is there an accreditation I should look for when selecting a battery supplier and brand?

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Accreditation with the Clean Energy Council recognises electricians who have undertaken the necessary training to design and install solar, batteries and other renewable energy systems.
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