Andrew Dyer, Australian Energy Infrastructure Commissioner (AEIC), is leading the Community Engagement Review.
The Minister for Climate Change and Energy announced the review on 4 July 2023.
The review will provide advice to:
- improve community engagement when planning, developing and operating renewable energy infrastructure projects
- ensure projects engage with communities, landholders and stakeholders, including First Nations peoples
- better align project benefits with community interests.
Read the review’s Terms of Reference.
The review invites organisations and community members to have their say and make a submission to the review.
Interviews and roundtable discussions are underway with representative stakeholders, landholders and community groups.
Report from the review
At the completion of the review, a final report will be provided to the Minister.
Contact the review
If you have any questions about the review, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can make a submission to the review via the consultation website. The review will not accept email submissions to the consultation.
- Media release announcing Community consultation key to developing renewable energy infrastructure on 4 July 2023
- Information about the social licence and community support for new energy infrastructure
- AEIC 2022 Annual Report
- AEIC Opening Statement to Senate Estimates – 23 May 2023
- AEIC Guideline – Considerations for Landholders before entering into Commercial Agreements
- The Australian Energy Market Operator’s 2022 Integrated System Plan (ISP)
- Queensland Renewable Energy Landholder Toolkit (QFF)
- RE-Alliance (2021) Building Trust for Transmission – Earning the Social Licence Needed to Plug in Australia’s Renewable Energy Zones