Training with Uniting Communities SA

Training with Uniting Communities SA

This week Melissa Heywood and Leanne Burns from our project partner Uniting Communities SA, visited Alice Springs to provide the Pawa Atunmankunytjaku team with “train the trainer, training” in Energy Efficiency and Household assessments. An intense and productive...
Seeking Energy Champions!

Seeking Energy Champions!

The Pawa Atunmankunytjaku (Looking after Power) project is looking for Energy Championsin every community on the APY lands, Yalata and Oak Valley. Change is coming mid 2021 with the SA Government saying people need to help share thecost of all the power on the lands...
Tour of the Central Powerhouse

Tour of the Central Powerhouse

Whilst out on the APY Lands, we were privileged to have a tour of the Central Powerhouse at Umuwa. This was extremely educational, especially to those of us that have lived on communities previously and remembered the old tin shed that enclosed a generator for each...
Community Engagement – APY Lands

Community Engagement – APY Lands

Throughout October and November, the Pawa Atunmankunytjaku and Remote Area Energy Supply (RAES) teams made our first trips out to the APY Lands to complete the first round of community engagement. This involved a presentation to the Community Councils and a BBQ in...
Seeking Energy Champions!

Introducing our project name and logo!

We have been working closely with Iwiri to develop a project name and logo. Pawa Aṯunmankunytjaku means to take care of power. The ochre coloured circles and the white arches that surround them symbolises a meeting place; a place of communication, education, somewhere...