Community Reference Group

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SA Power Networks' Community Reference Group (CRG) meets four times a year to provide a forum for listening and discussion on issues facing our community, with a focus on customers experiencing vulnerability.

The CRG represents a diverse range of customer views which are discussed, considered and used to shape SA Power Networks' decision-making in an ongoing way.

Membership of the CRG includes representation from the following backgrounds and organisations:

  • SA Council of Social Services (SACOSS)
  • Youth Affairs Council of SA (YACSA)
  • Australian Migrant Resource Centre
  • St Vincent de Paul Society
  • Australian Refugee Association
  • Uniting Care Wesley Bowden
  • South Australian Financial Counsellors Association
  • Anti-Poverty Network SA
  • Uniting Communities
  • Salvation Army SA
  • Multicultural Communities Council of SA
  • Council on the Ageing (COTA)
  • Community representatives from backgrounds including disability, NDIS reform and other (as identified by the group).

Let us know how we can best represent all community members and customers using the Guestbook tool below.

To find out more about the CRG, contact us.

SA Power Networks' Community Reference Group (CRG) meets four times a year to provide a forum for listening and discussion on issues facing our community, with a focus on customers experiencing vulnerability.

The CRG represents a diverse range of customer views which are discussed, considered and used to shape SA Power Networks' decision-making in an ongoing way.

Membership of the CRG includes representation from the following backgrounds and organisations:

  • SA Council of Social Services (SACOSS)
  • Youth Affairs Council of SA (YACSA)
  • Australian Migrant Resource Centre
  • St Vincent de Paul Society
  • Australian Refugee Association
  • Uniting Care Wesley Bowden
  • South Australian Financial Counsellors Association
  • Anti-Poverty Network SA
  • Uniting Communities
  • Salvation Army SA
  • Multicultural Communities Council of SA
  • Council on the Ageing (COTA)
  • Community representatives from backgrounds including disability, NDIS reform and other (as identified by the group).

Let us know how we can best represent all community members and customers using the Guestbook tool below.

To find out more about the CRG, contact us.

What else can we do to better represent the interests of our community members? Leave us your thoughts below.

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