Architecture of the Energy Charter
To support the Energy Charter’s vision, signatory representatives from across the supply chain collaborate through the following unique architecture using our agreed Ways of Working:
The CEO Council – consists of all the CEOs across the Australian energy sector that have committed to the Energy Charter and currently chaired by Frank Tudor, MD Jemena. The CEO Council meets quarterly to discuss strategic matters aligned with the Energy Charter commitments and provide guidance to the Industry Working Group.
Industry Working Group – consists of senior representatives from each signatory and is currently chaired by Powerlink Queensland with Horizon Power. The Industry Working Group collaborates together on high level Energy Charter related matters and progresses across-the-supply chain customer-focused #BetterTogether initiatives through their businesses. It works collaboratively with the End-User Consultative Group.
Communications and Stakeholder Working Group – made up of strategic communications and stakeholder representatives from across the Energy Charter signatories is currently chaired by Aurora Energy and Powerlink Queensland. The Communications and Stakeholder Working Group focuses on building the credibility and reputation of the Energy Charter and engagement with key stakeholders including end-users, government and regulators.
Governance and Accountability Working Group – made up of a number of the Energy Charter signatories. The Governance and Accountability Working Group works with the Independent Accountability Panel and focuses on governance and financials for the Energy Charter.
Measures, Metrics and Maturity Working Group – made up of a number of the Energy Charter signatories, it is currently chaired by Horizon Power and Powerlink Queensland. The Measures, Metrics and Maturity Working Group works collaboratively to develop insightful metrics and measures, the form of annual disclosures and the Maturity Model.