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Navigating the changing energy landscape

Wednesday, 26 June 2024 - 10:00am









Join us for our upcoming energy forum titled, Navigating the changing energy landscape, which will provide you and your organisation with essential insights into emerging trends, technological and policy changes, and challenges facing the energy sector and South Australian households.

The program will include sessions on: 

  • Electrification
  • Energy efficiency & REPS 
  • Tariffs and smart meters
  • Virtual power plants and batteries


Community sector organisations are pivotal in empowering local communities to actively engage in the energy transition, advocating for equitable access to clean energy and supporting vulnerable populations. By participating, you will enhance our collective capacity to emphasise social equity and inclusion in energy decision-making.

Even if your organisation isn’t directly involved in energy, these changes will impact your members and the communities you serve. This forum aims to equip attendees with the knowledge to navigate the energy transition effectively and understand its implications.

Date: Wednesday 26 June 2024
Time: 10am - 3.30pm
Venue: UCity, 43 Franklin Street, Adelaide

SACOSS members are able to purchase tickets for $55, with non-member tickets starting from $77. Lunch will be provided.



If you would like any further information on the Energy Forum, please contact SACOSS Events and Membership Engagement Coordinator, Amy Swinburne on 8305 4222 or amy@sacoss.org.au  

With thanks to our event sponsors for their valued support

Event Partner


Community Sector Supporters












Speaker information:  

Dan Cox 
Senior Executive Community Services, UnitingSA

Dan Cox is Senior Executive, Community Services at UnitingSA. He oversees a diverse portfolio including homelessness, mental health, disability services, employment/training and child, youth and family services. In this context, those experiencing financial hardship and at risk of homelessness are represented across the portfolio, with many people struggling to overcome health, social and economic disadvantage. The UnitingSA team of financial counsellors, NDIS support workers, case managers, tenancy support officers and psychosocial support workers often work with clients to provide information, education and support across all life domains. 

Dan has broad experience in health and community services in government, non-government and research capacities. This experience has highlighted that to tackle complex issues, evidence, sound policy and legislation, adequate funding and quality, connected service delivery is required.

Alex Fry
Project Officer, SAFCA