The Energy Charter welcomes Horizon Power

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The Energy Charter signatories

The Energy Charter today welcomed Horizon Power to its signatory base, after the Western Australian energy provider joined the whole-of-industry initiative which aims to improve customer outcomes across the entire energy supply chain.

Formed in January this year, the Energy Charter is a CEO-led initiative that acknowledges the need for industry-wide collaboration to support customers as the energy market rapidly changes.

Chair of the Energy Charter CEO Council, John Cleland, congratulated Horizon Power and its CEO Stephanie Unwin for committing to the industry vision and values that underpin the Energy Charter.

“Horizon Power is a significant generator, distributor and retailer of electricity for regional and remote Western Australia, and we are delighted they have joined the Energy Charter,” he said.

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“Our signatories look forward to collaborating with Horizon Power’s senior leadership team as we progress the Better Together initiatives in 2020 and beyond.

“By working together, our signatories are striving to improve customer outcomes across Australia.”

Mr Cleland encouraged other energy companies to join the world-first initiative.

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“At the end of November, we will welcome the Independent Accountability Panel’s inaugural report, which will set a baseline for continuous improvement. We hope more energy companies will see the value of the Energy Charter and get involved.”

Horizon Power generates, distributes and sells electricity to residents and businesses across regional and remote Western Australia. Its service area spans approximately 2.3 million square kilometres.

The Charter now has 19 signatories, which service more than 10 million energy consumers in Australia.

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