Applus+ continues to strengthen position as a global leader in renewable energy solutions by joining the Clean Clean Energy Council.
The Clean Energy Council is committed to accelerating the transformation of Australia's energy sector to a smarter and cleaner system. The council represents and collaborates with Australia's leading renewable-energy and energy-storage businesses to further the development of clean energy in Australia.
Applus+ are a trusted global partner to the green energy sector, enhancing the quality and safety of our clients’ assets and infrastructures while safeguarding their operations and improving their environmental performance.
In Australia, Applus+ provides renewable energy services over the entire life cycle of a project, including Owners Engineering; Quality Control and Supervision: Vendor Inspection; Electrical Testing: voluntary and statutory inspection; Project Management, Construction and Commissioning Supervision; Health and Safety Support and Coordination; Feasibility Studies and Sustainability Reporting; Aerial LiDAR survey, Thermography and UAV photogrammetry services; and Technical Workforce Sourcing support.
Patrick Wood, Power Service Line Manager at Applus+ in Australia, commented on joining the Clean Energy Council: “We are excited to join the Clean Energy Council, and look forward to sharing our extensive global expertise and local presence with the renewables market in Australia. Applus+ is also delighted to be involved in generating a dialogue that will help to drive the sustainable future of smarter and cleaner energy in Australia, and globally. Our membership of Clean Energy Council aligns with our mission to be an active and beneficial participant in the communities where we operate.
Applus+ understands that as a worldwide leader in the testing, inspection and certification sector, we are a trusted partner. We continue to increase our efforts in innovation to create technologies that promote safety and quality of life in our societies, as well as reduce the carbon footprint of the energy sector.”