Energy Matters is an award-winning solar power system installations company, a member of Australia’s leading solar trade associations and renewable energy advocacy organisations.

Awards and recognition

Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Award Winner A winner of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 2011 awards and also a winner in the program’s Leadership Award
category. Deloitte Technology Fast 50 program ranks 50 of Australia’s most rapidly growing public or private technology companies.
Australian Business Award Ebusiness Winner Recipient of the 2011 Australian Business Award for E-Business, recognising innovative and/or strategic applications of electronic commerce, information and communications technologies in support of business processes and operations.
Australian Business Award - Recommended Employer Recipient of the 2011 Australian Business Award for Recommended Employer, recognising organisations that provide a stimulating and supportive workplace
REC partner award Winner of the REC Partner Award for innovative work in communicating the benefits of REC solar products.
REC Platinum partner Awarded REC Platinum Partner status – the only company in the entire Asia Pacific region to achieve this standing.
Finalist - Telstra Business Awards Finalist in the People’s Choice category of the 2011 Telstra Business Awards. Out of a field of 200 nominated businesses nationwide, Energy Matters was voted as one of the top five finalists in Victoria.
Finalist - Ecogen Awards Energy Matters and its subsidiary, Apollo Energy, were finalists in two categories of the EcoGen 2010 Clean Energy Awards – Most Outstanding Clean Energy Project and Most Outstanding Clean Energy Technology Innovation
Winner - Melbourne Awards Winner of the prestigious 2010 Melbourne Awards category of Contribution To Environment (Corporate Division).
Finalist Citipower Port Phillip Business Excellence Awards Finalist in the 2010 Citipower Port Phillip Business Excellence Awards for environmental sustainability. The Awards recognise the achievements of local business and their contribution to the Port Phillip community.

Trade association memberships

Clean Energy Council Member The Clean Energy Council (CEC) is the peak body representing Australia’s clean energy sector. CEC advocates policy development on behalf of its members at the federal and state government level
Australian PV Institute The Australian PV Institute is a collective of companies, agencies, individuals and academics with an interest in photovoltaic solar electricity research.
Australian Solar Council Member Previously known as the Australian Solar Energy Society (AuSES), the Australian Solar Council exists to promote scientific, social and economic development through the environmentally sound use of solar energy. The Council is an affiliate Section of the International Solar Energy Society (ISES).
Solar Energy Industries Association Established in 2007, the Solar Energy Industries Association
Inc. (SEIA) unites all those in the solar industry who seek a brighter and cleaner energy
Sustainable Energy Association of Australia Member The Sustainable Energy Association of Australian (SEA) gives voice to those with an interest in sustainable energy and promotes the development and adoption of sustainable energy technologies and practices.


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