ElectraNet was proud to launch our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) today.

We were privileged to unveil this commitment after a Smoking Ceremony and Welcome to Country performed by Senior Aboriginal and descendant of Kaurna and Narrunga people, Mickey Kumatpi Marrutya O’Brien. We also thank Gabriele Stengle, Aboriginal Contemporary Artist and proud Ngarrindjeri, Narungga and Kaurna woman for her artwork featured on the RAP and unveiled today.

Chief Executive Officer, Simon Emms, said, “I am proud to present this plan which affirms the value we place on building authentic relationships with Traditional Owner groups and the importance of working together to create social, cultural, and economic opportunities and outcomes.”

“ElectraNet’s reconciliation journey began in the early days of our business, and since then, many relationships and cultural heritage agreements have been forged.”

“ElectraNet’s RAP is not just a culmination of this hard work, it provides a platform for new opportunities for all of us to contribute positively towards reconciliation to create sustainable, long-term economic empowerment and social and cultural well-being of Traditional Owner groups, advancing their rights and interests.”

“I would like to thank our entire RAP Committee for leading this very important initiative, and I look forward to seeing future progress as we continue delivering transmission projects that respect cultural and spiritual connections with the lands we work on and people we work with,” Simon said.

We look forward to increasing our understanding of traditional owner groups and developing our reconciliation initiatives further in our workplace and in the field.

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