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Prominent SA businesses want to collectively negotiate for electricity

SACOME is facilitating an application seeking authorisation from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) on behalf of a 'buying group' that represents approximately 10% of the State's electricity consumption.

Read the media release.

Coming Events

Minerals & Energy Services Future Forum

Tuesday 28 February

SACOME will host a South Australian Mineral & Energy Services Future Forum, in collaboration with the Department of State Development, aimed at inspiring and empowering our resources services sector for growth in South Australia and beyond.

More information & registration

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Leading Practice Mining Acts Review

SACOME is preparing a submission in response to the Leading Practice Mining Acts Review. Late last year a working group was formed to help direct and shape an industry response. With submissions closing on 24 February 2017, we have now defined our positions and recommendations for the review and will release our full submission in late February – stay tuned.

Read more: Leading Practice Mining Acts Review

SACOME ACCC Authorisation

The South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy (SACOME), on behalf of a group of large South Australian electricity consumers, lodged an application on 4 January 2017 with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) seeking authorisation to establish a joint electricity buying group.  

Read more: SACOME ACCC Authorisation

Chamber calls for ongoing nuclear fuel cycle debate

SACOME has welcomed the call from 22 prominent South Australians to continue discussions on the State’s potential to store spent nuclear materials.

Read the media release