Energy and water justice

Because everyone should have affordable, sustainable and reliable energy and water.
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Energy and water justice priorities

We work to accelerate the transition to a net zero-carbon energy system that is fair, affordable and reliable for everyone. We drive change to regulation and policy to improve consumer protections, particularly for households experiencing disadvantage. 

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Ensuring affordable and sustainable water services

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Making energy fairer, cleaner and more affordable

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A just transition

Accelerating the shift to net-zero without leaving people behind

News and resources

Senior Policy Officer Thea Bray joined 2SER Breakfast to discuss the Energy and Water Justice Program's new Powerless report.
The Justice and Equity Centre coordinated a joint consumer and community organisation response to the AER’s Review of Payment Protections in the NECF. The submission was co-signed by ten organisations.
Nearly every household is struggling to pay their energy bills, Senior Policy Officer Thea Bray told the ABC.
Powerless: Debt and disconnection is the fifth in a series of reports by the PIAC into debt, disconnection and payment difficulty related to electricity, gas and water services in NSW. It follows
PIAC provided a response to NSW DCCEEW’s targeted consultation that sought feedback on IPART’s Final Future of Embedded Networks Review Report and on the NSW embedded network work plan.  Addressing
PIAC made a submission to the Australian Energy Regulator’s (AER) Value of network resilience 2024 issues paper.  Clearer and more consistent guidance on resilience is necessary to assist network service

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