SEN undertakes research, technical and economic modelling, policy analysis and policy development to inform our decarbonisation advocacy in the WA energy market on behalf of our members and all West Australians concerned about climate change.

Our advocacy includes briefings, presentations, submissions and meetings with government departments.

SEN’s strength is built on its recognised technical expertise, modelling capability, broad stakeholder network and influence. Numerous active members have 30+ years’ experience each in their professions, including electricity generation and transmission, renewable energy, economics and natural resource management.

SEN has produced a series of myth busters to help in the communication of renewable energy:

SEN prepares reports, briefing notes, makes submissions and delivers presentations to various bodies and politicians, some examples are available for download below.

SEN is also regularly contacted for comment by the media on energy matters.

SEN prepares submissions to various government agencies on climate and energy related topics.

SEN Policies.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the country on which we work and live and pay our respects to Elders past and present.

We recognise that this land always was and always will be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land because sovereignty has never been ceded.