Pawa Atunmankunytjaku

Project Overview

The South Australian Government will be introducing charging for electricity for residents in community housing in the APY Lands, Yalata and Oak Valley from July 2022.

MoneyMob Talkabout has been engaged by the Remote Area Energy Supply (RAES) scheme, part of the Department for Energy and Mining, to develop and implement a community education and engagement program to ensure communities are ready for the introduction of electricity charging.

The Pawa Atunmankunytjaku Project will provide a house to house education program to all households in the lead up to the installation of smart meters and charging for electricity. There will be continued education after the introduction of charging.

The education is to be provided to all community housing residents in the APY Lands, Yalata and Oak Valley by Anangu Energy Education Workers who will be trained and supported by MoneyMob’s Trainer Mentors.

Contact us on 1800 849 041

Resources

Project Team and Contractors

Nicholas Rickard

Nicholas Rickard

Project Manager

Lisa Rogers

Lisa Rogers

Trainer Mentor

Jenny Turner

Jenny Turner

Trainer Mentor

Project Blog

Home visits begin in Yalata

Home visits begin in Yalata

By Lucas de Lastic In the middle of November, our newly trained team of Energy Education Workers (EEWs) completed the first round of house visits in Yalata Community. We would like to thank our EEWs for an amazing job with the team managing to speak to most of the...

Yalata EEW team completes training

Yalata EEW team completes training

By Lisa Rogers Training was held at Scotdesco (Tjilkaba) Community from Monday 8th to Friday 12th November 2021. On Monday afternoon Lisa and Lucas picked up the seven newly recruited Energy Education Workers (EEWs) from Yalata and drove them to the Scotdesco Training...

Community engagement in Oak Valley

Community engagement in Oak Valley

At the beginning of November, Nick, Lisa and Lucas joined Lynda and Mic from the RAES team and headed out to Oak Valley to speak with the community about the upcoming changes.  We spent the day with a stall set up outside the shop to chat with people and show them the...

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