APA Group

APA Group (APA) is Australia’s largest natural gas infrastructure business, owning and/or operating approximately $9 billion of energy infrastructure assets.

Its pipelines span every state and territory in mainland Australia, delivering about half of the nation’s gas usage. Unique among its peers, APA has direct management and operational control over its assets and investments and employs over 1,200 people across Australia.

APA also holds minority interests in energy infrastructure enterprises including Envestra, SEA Gas Pipeline, Energy Infrastructure Investments, EII2, Hastings Diversified Utilities Fund, the Ethane Pipeline Income Fund and Allgas Gas Network. It owns the Emu Downs Wind Farm in Western Australia, as well as a 50 per cent interest in the Diamantina Power Station and 100 per centof the XPS power station, both located in Mt Isa, Queensland.

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EnerNOC is a leading provider of cloud-based energy intelligence software (EIS) and services to thousands of enterprise customers and utilities globally.

EnerNOC’s EIS solutions for enterprise customers improve energy productivity by optimizing how they buy, how much they use, and when they use energy. EnerNOC’s EIS is a decision support system for the enterprise featuring: budgeting and procurement, including an online auction platform and utility bill management; facility optimization; visibility and reporting, including capabilities for GRESB, ENERGY STAR, and other reporting standards; project tracking; demand management; and demand response. The Company offers its EIS and related solutions to enterprise customers at four subscription levels: basic, standard, professional, and industrial.

EnerNOC’s EIS solutions for utilities and energy retailers provide customer engagement, energy efficiency, and demand response applications, all while improving operational effectiveness and ensuring utilities meet demand-side management objectives.

The Company works with utilities and grid operators to provide its demand response solutions throughout the United States, as well as internationally including in Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, and South Korea.

EnerNOC supports customer success with a professional services team and a Network Operations Center (NOC) that provides 24/7 customer support.

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ERM Power

ERM Power is an integrated energy company which operates electricity sales, generation and gas procurement businesses. Founded in 1980 as a specialist energy advisory firm, it grew through deregulation and privatisation to become Australia’s largest private energy sector company before listing on the Australian Securities Exchange on 10 December 2010.

ERM Power is leveraged to the forecast growth in the Australian electricity market through its sales business, ERM Sales, which focuses on larger business customers, and its generation business, which focuses on low emission gas-fired assets with long term contracts.

In the last five years ERM Power has developed five power stations, operating three of them and retaining interests in two.

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Kleenheat is an energy specialist, with 60 years of experience in the energy industry servicing residential, small to medium enterprises, commercial and industrial, and automotive markets.

Today, Kleenheat is a leader in the supply, distribution and application of LPG across WA and NT, retails natural gas in metropolitan WA as well as electricity for business customers.

Kleenheat retails electricity to eligible (>50 megawatt hours, or 50,000 units per year) business customers connected to the South West Interconnected System (SWIS). As a Kleenheat electricity customer, eligible businesses can take advantage of competitive prices, reliable supply and a dedicated point of contact.

Kleenheat is part of Wesfarmers Chemicals, Energy & Fertilisers, one of seven divisions of Wesfarmers Limited.

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Lacour Energy is a renewable energy development company which utilises its expert knowledge to develop renewable energy projects.  Lacour Energy works in developing, financing and constructing utility scale wind and solar projects. 

Lacour Energy is actively developing a portfolio of renewable energy projects across Australia.  Lacour Energy has selected a number of premium renewable energy development sites and is now working with local and State authorities, network service providers, and local communities; to bring these projects to reality and deliver long term sustainable benefits for all involved. 

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Perth Energy is an independent energy retailer and electricity generator in Western Australia. Operating in the gas and electricity markets in WA (namely the South West Interconnected System (SWIS) and the Wholesale Electricity Market for SWIS), we play a key role in meeting the needs of business and industrial energy users and helping shape the WA energy market. 

Established over 17 years ago to provide WA businesses more choice, Perth Energy has since been at the forefront of industry reform to bring competition and deliver better value to businesses across the State. We have a significant presence in WA with our expertise and experience in electricity and gas retail, wholesale energy management and electricity generation.

Perth Energy is majority-owned by Infratil Australia Limited (IAL), a subsidiary of Infratil Limited, a large energy and infrastructure group listed on the ASX and NZ stock exchanges with a portfolio of energy and other infrastructure assets in Australia, NZ and Europe.

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Jackson Mcdonald

Jackson McDonald is Western Australia’s largest independent law firm with 200 staff and 26 Partners, offering a full range of commercial legal services.  We are proud of our long-standing involvement with the WA energy market and our comprehensive knowledge of the market, the issues that need to be addressed and the solutions which have been adopted across Australia to deal with those issues.

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