Consultation Forums: Empowering Low-Income Households through Electricity Decarbonisation

Nic McBride

3 May 2017 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Australia/Hobart

Online

Kellie Caught, Senior Adviser Climate and Energy, ACOSS, 0406 383 277

Have your say about climate and energy and low income vulnerable Tasmanian households, and help identify policy solutions to ensure that Government energy policies are inclusive and equitable.

ACOSS, Brotherhood of St Laurence, and The Climate Institute are seeking input on climate and energy issues faced by consumers, especially those on low incomes. These consultations will feed into the Federal Government’s 2017 Climate Review and COAG Energy Ministers Review, and support others to provide input.

Register for  the online forum for Tasmanian participants here

If you can’t attend the forum you can still participate by completing the online consultation form