Thursday 30 March 2023, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Reduce your bills, energy usage and take advantage of initiatives!
On Monday, the energy regulator announced a change to the energy pricing structure meaning sharp energy hikes for household and business.
Our members are already feeling the pinch when it comes to energy costs. Now’s the time to pull out all stops to control your energy spend. Join our latest online event for practical ways to reduce your bills, energy consumption and initiatives from both government and even from your landlord.
The event will be held on the 30th of March at 12pm. Covering:
Register Now to find out if your business can save on the additional cost of energy.
Join us for free to attend this briefing
Registrations are open until Wednesday 29th March 2023, 5:00pm
Fran has been building her formal governance skills and experience reporting to Boards and as a Board Director. In the last 10 years, she worked for the Australian Institute of Company Directors and as CEO of the Australian Institute of Public Works Engineering (Australasia) within NSW and ACT.
Anthony has over 20 years of experience in Australia’s energy market. He delivered the Federally funded Business Energy Advice Program which supported small and medium-sized businesses to navigate the retail energy market and identify energy efficiency and renewable opportunities.
Simon is responsible for Business NSW advocacy relating to infrastructure that businesses depend on to function, including energy, transport, telecoms, and water. Prior to joining Business NSW, Simon has previously worked on energy and environmental policy for organizations in the UK and Canada.
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