If the overriding goal of the government’s proposed National Energy Guarantee (NEG) is to provide a clear plan for the future of energy supply, then our advice is to bring along a compass and a cut lunch. It could be a long journey
Helena Norberg-Hodge, Mullumbimby. While governments around the world sign on to ‘free’ trade treaties that give corporations the right to sue them if they allow social or environmental needs to get in the way of their profits, more and more communities are taking power into their own hands.
Enova Energy, which aims to be the country’s first regionally owned and fully green electricity retailer has been awarded a licence to operate. And community energy generator COREM celebrated its launch on Sunday.
Want a locally owned power company which sources locally generated supplies? Newly launched energy retailer Enova is aiming to do just that, and the company held a community consultation/prospectus launch last Wednesday.
Fledgling northern rivers community electricity company Enova has said it is ready to open its books to shareholders and is set to conduct a series of information events around the region in coming months.