The Western Australian Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA), the business chamber for the sustainable energy industry in WA, is delighted to announce it now has over 200 members.
"The continuous growth in membership of businesses is clear evidence of the strong support for the work of WA SEA, the only industry body calling for substantial action in Western Australia on both energy efficiency and renewable energy projects," says Dr Ray Wills, Chief Executive of WA SEA.
Many responsible WA businesses have been working to make the changes to a lower carbon economy for some time and are well on the road to finding the cuts required to their own reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
WA SEA is particularly pleased to acknowledge our most recent corporate members: Curtin University of Technology, Enhance Group (a national corporate relations firm), and SMA (the world's largest manufacturer of inverters).
Corporate members are many of the key energy players in Western Australia and these businesses make a significant contribution in support of the work of WA SEA.
Other corporate members include: Alinta, Auto Classic BMW, BHP Billiton Iron Ore, BP Australia, Carnegie Corporation, City of Mandurah, Gull Group of Companies, Horizon Power, Landfill Gas & Power, Pacifichydro, Perth Energy, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Rio Tinto, Solahart, SunPower Corporation, Synergy, The University of Western Australia, Verve Energy; Western Power; WorleyParsons and the WA Department of Industry and Resources.
WA SEA member businesses are concerned about the threat that dangerous climate change poses to Australia and the threat that inaction poses to the economy. Those same businesses support early and comprehensive action to mitigate climate change and are actively working to be part of the solution.
WA Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA) Media Release - 5 December 2008
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1. The Western Australian Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA) is a chamber of businesses variously promoting, developing and/or adopting sustainable energy technologies and services that minimise the use of energy through sustainable energy practices and maximise the use of energy from sustainable sources. WA SEA is supported by a growing membership of 200 industry members from a diversity of businesses including many of the key energy players in Western Australia www.wasea.com.au.