Energy Consumers Australia (ECA) inaugural Chief Executive Officer, Rosemary Sinclair, has stepped down.
The Australian Energy Council and Energy Networks Australia have acknowledged Ms Sinclair’s service to the energy sector.
The Australian Energy Council’s Chief Executive, Sarah McNamara, said, “There is no doubt that Rosemary has been a strong voice for consumers at a time of heightened focus on the delivery of better outcomes for customers.
“In helping establish the role of the ECA, Rosemary was able to work with retailers to support this objective.
“Rosemary also oversaw the ECA’s role in promoting the Energy Charter, which has been a significant development for the energy sector, and will deliver positive results for customers.
“We wish Rosemary well for the future and look forward to continuing to work with the ECA.”
Energy Networks Australia CEO, Andrew Dillon, said, “Rosemary has been a constructive advocate for consumers and has supported networks on their journey to improving customer services and outcomes.
“This positive work with ECA is evidenced by its partnership in our joint Energy Network Consumer Engagement Awards, recognising innovative approaches by networks in the delivery of customer services.