In February 2023, the Energy Charter signed a Collaboration Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with RE-Alliance – an independent, not-for-profit advocacy organisation working to secure an energy transformation that delivers long-term benefits and prosperity to regional Australia.

In May 2021, the Energy Charter and Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) entered a landmark WE Collaborate MoU. The MoU aims to deliver better outcomes to our customers through collaboration and organisational efficiencies and increasing trust. Collaborations include the “Know Your Customers + Communities” #BetterTogether collaboration.

In October 2021, Thriving Communities Partnership (TCP) and the Energy Charter Collaboration Partnership which aims to deliver better customer outcomes, including through increased awareness of customer vulnerability and by showcasing outcomes for customer in vulnerable circumstances. 

The TCP is a not-for-profit organisation that enables collaboration across multiple sectors. TCP’s goal is to see everybody have fair access to the modern essential services they need to thrive in contemporary Australia. 

From 2019, the Energy Charter has been a member of The Ethics Alliance – a community of organisations with a commitment to lead, inspire and shape a better way of working and a better future.