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 SecureEnergy commitment to sustainability

SecureEnergy is committed to creating positive environmental, social, and economic outcomes through enriching the lives and respecting the rights of those in the communities in which we work and live. We are committed to protecting and enhancing the environment and conserving cultural heritage values through improving community health, wellbeing, and safety.

SecureEnergy will work sustainably by designing and constructing to efficiently use energy and raw materials, minimise waste, reduce and prevent pollution. We will actively seek out opportunities for innovative design and construct solutions as well as innovative methods of operation.

Key sustainability focus areas for Project EnergyConnect include:

  • Management and governance
  • Using resources
  • Emissions, pollution, and waste
  • Ecology
  • People and place
  • Innovations

SEJV Sustainability Commitment

Infrastructure Sustainability Council Design and As-Built ratings

SecureEnergy is committed to pursuing an ‘Excellent’ Infrastructure Sustainability Ratings for Design and As Built on Project EnergyConnect. This aligns with our commitment to delivering sustainability.

This is the first project of its type in Australia to undertake an Infrastructure Sustainability rating.

Sustainable procurement commitment

SecureEnergy acknowledges our responsibility to identifying and managing environmental, social, and economic impacts which extends to our procurement activities. We recognise that when making purchasing decisions we have an opportunity to have a positive influence on our suppliers, contractors and their employees, products, and services.

SEJV Procurement Commitment


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