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New members on SEA Board

The Sustainable Energy Association of Australia held its Annual General Meeting yesterday and is pleased to announce new members on its board.

Under the election system introduced last year, half the board are elected for two years and the other half for one year.

 
Australia keeps adding solar to homes.

Commentary by Prof Ray Wills, chief adviser to the Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) through advisory firm Duda&Wills.

The latest data from the Australian Clean Energy Regulator (ACER) shows that more than 858 000 homes in Australia are now equipped with solar photvoltaic panels totalling almost 2.0 GW of installed capacity in solar PV, reports the Sustainable Energy Association of Australia (SEA - www.seaaus.com.au).

Australian homes also now have more than 600 000 solar hot water systems installed.

 
Give consumers choice - CCI electricity market reform call supported by SEA.
The Sustainable Energy Association of Australia (SEA - seaaus.com.au) has welcomed the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA paper (CCI - http://www.cciwa.com/docs/media/14-september-2012-energy-paper.pdf) on the future of the State's electricity sector which urges the WA government to speed up energy market reform to allow market competition and consumer choice.

SEA agrees with CCI that an open, transparent and competitive market is the best means of achieving secure, affordable and efficient supply of electricity. Such reforms will facilitate investment in efficient electricity generation, drive efficiency and innovation through retail choice and incentivise energy efficiency.

‘Energy market reforms leading to the disaggregation of Western Power in 2006 were strongly supported by industry to create a competitive market, and those reforms are not yet complete,' says SEA chief adviser Professor Ray Wills.
 
Sustainable Energy Association announces new CEO.

Chair of the Sustainable Energy Association of Australia (SEA - www.seaaus.com.au), Sean Webb has announced the SEA Board has selected Kirsten Rose as SEA's new Chief Executive.

 
Everyone agrees light rail is on the right track - and SEA agrees with everyone.
The Sustainable Energy Association of Australia (SEA - www.seaaus.com.au) welcomes the announcement by the Barnett Government of a commitment to light rail and agrees with everyone on the plan.

SEA agrees the Western Australian Government has it right that continuing growth in the Western Australian economy and the greater city of Perth needs a commitment to public transport and plans announced by the Barnett Government will ensure that growth is inclusive of and improves the city's amenity.
 
Western Australian Sustainable City 2012 winner announced.

The Sustainable Energy Association of Australia (SEA) congratulates City of Cockburn, recognised by Keep Australia Beautiful as Western Australia's most Sustainable City for 2012.

Environment Minister Bill Marmion revealed the City of Cockburn as the winner in an awards ceremony held in Perth yesterday, 30 July 2012.

 

 
Industry works together to bring solar energy to business.

The Sustainable Energy Association of Australia (SEA) has been working with SEA members in the solar industry to address challenges facing commercial clients wanting to install solar PV on their business premises.

The major challenge has been for those businesses interested in installing solar panel arrays of greater than 30 kW in size, but even systems less than 30 kW have been creating some issues for installation.

 
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