Clean Technology Partner’s vision is a world where the wide spread deployment of solar PV is coupled with better utilisation of electrical infrastructure.

With a professional and experienced team of engineers, we offer a range of services and solutions to assist the PV industry achieve its project goals faster, at lower cost and risk. Our experience includes commercial PV, utility PV and hybrid energy systems.

We are renowned for delivering sophisticated grid connection solutions for PV projects across Australia. CTP works closely with the electrical utilities and the PV industry for mutually beneficial outcomes.

CTP has a demonstrated ability to overcome complex electrical, control, communications, mechanical and structural engineering challenges in a cost-effective way, dismantling our client’s project roadblocks in the process. Our work spans the project lifecycle; from upfront feasibility studies through to system commissioning and troubleshooting.

Clean Technology Partners is a trusted name in the PV industry that you can count on.

For more information, take a look at our People, Services, Solutions, Previous Projects or Contact Us.

All images credited to are projects that were engineered or project managed by our Directors whilst working at Solarcentury, London prior to joining Clean Technology Partners


St. Kilda Town Hall – another CTP project makes the green media

Sep 26, 2016
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One Step Off The Grid recently posted an article about the Port Phillip City Council cutting their energy costs and emissions by installing 172 kWp of Solar PV. CTP prepared the detailed Tender designs that enabled the installation.  Read More »

CTP wins MEI Seed Funding

Sep 21, 2016
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Battery storage, peak shaving, demand reduction and smart grid are commonly used buzzwords in the solar PV industry these days. CTP has partnered with researchers from Melbourne University to deliver  Read More »
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CTP relocated – Find us at Unit 2 / 1-3 Belgium Ave, Richmond!

May 6, 2016
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CTP has moved! After continued growth the Collingwood office was feeling a little too cosy for CTP, so we've found a bigger one. We have relocated just across Hoddle Street to 2 / 1-3 Belgium Avenue Richmond. Read More »

Hybrid Gridbox operational at NT Resort

Apr 8, 2016
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In December 2015 CTP’s first Hybrid Gridbox went into operation. The Gridbox manages a hybrid solar PV / Diesel generation system, combining 2 x 200 kVA Diesel gensets and 100 kW of solar generation at Kings Canyon Resort in the Northern Territory. CTP was engaged by property and energy advisory firm Solar Annuity Read More »
Casuarina Square Aerial

New CTP Case Study – 1250.0 kWp – Casuarina Square Shopping Centre

Mar 7, 2016
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A project CTP is particularly proud of has appeared as a case study on the CTP Website. Check it out here. Read More »

5 Years of CTP – Time to Celebrate

Feb 12, 2016
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Monday, 08/02/2016 1pm - time to celebrate CTP's fifth anniversary! Read More »

Welcome to 2016 and Carlos Manrique

Jan 15, 2016
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After another busy year, CTP has hit the ground running in 2016. Firstly, we would like to welcome our newest engineer Carlos Manrique.  Read More »
Mazenod NearMap

Mazenod College Officially Launched

Nov 16, 2015
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In early September the 270kWp PV Installation on Mazenod College was officially launched, with a fantastic video showcasing the finished install. Read More »
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CTP on the tools – 1.59 kWp install on Matt’s Shed

Nov 10, 2015
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In what may be one of the most overqualified and over-resourced installs ever, CTP spent a warm spring afternoon installing an impressive 1.59 kWp on one of the director's sheds. Read More »

Technical Director at the All Energy 2015 Closing Debate

Oct 12, 2015
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CTP's Technical Director, Matt Haddad, was entertaining the crowds at the All Energy 2015 Closing Debate. Chair Craig Memory from the Alternative Technology Association (ATA) took the visitors on an unexpected journey to Read More »