Contact Us

For enquiries relating to renewable energy policy implementation contact:

The Department of the Chief Minister
Economic and Environment Policy Division
Phone: 08 8999 5115
Email: Dcm.renewableenergy@nt.gov.au

To provide feedback on the Roadmap to Renewables website:

https://dcm.nt.gov.au/contact/feedback

For general enquiries contact the NT Government Switchboard on 08 8999 5511

Other Useful Contacts

Smart Energy Grants: Territorians are able to access energy-efficient initiatives for their homes through a $4 million Smart Energy Grants program. The Smart Energy Grants, are provided on a 50-50 co-contribution basis, for up to $1,000, to help owners of residential or investment properties undertake energy efficiency measures to their homes. For further information refer to smartenergy@nt.gov.au or phone: 1800 193 111

Smarter Business Solutions: If you are a Northern Territory (NT) business, Indigenous enterprise or not-for-profit organisation you can get help to reduce day-to-day energy, water, waste and material costs through the Smarter Business Solutions program. For more information visit: https://nt.gov.au/industry/start-run-and-grow-a-business/business-grants-and-funding/smarter-business-solutions

Business Innovation Support Initiatives (BISI): The Northern Territory Government supports the development of innovative ideas and have established the Business Innovation Support Initiatives Program to help Territory businesses and not-for-profit organisations to undertake research and development of eligible projects. Information on the Program, including eligibility for funding, is available on the Department of Business, Trade and Innovation’s (DTBI) website at: https://nt.gov.au/industry/start-run-and-grow-a-business/business-grants-and-funding/business-innovation-support-initiatives-bisi. If you would like to know more about the Program please contact DBTI by phone on 8999 6643 or email innovation@nt.gov.au

Invest NT: The Northern Territory Government’s Office of Asian Engagement, Trade and Investment InvestNT team markets the Northern Territory as a preferred destination for foreign direct investment, working closely with other NT Government agencies and the private sector on developing investment proposals. The InvestNT website is the Northern Territory Government’s ‘one-stop-shop’ and central point of contact to welcome new investors to the Northern Territory and help them identify and pursue project opportunities within our private sector and government. To find out more about investing in The Territory refer to: https://australiasnorthernterritory.com.au/invest or email investment@nt.gov.au

The Utilities Commission of the Northern Territory seeks to protect the long-term interests of consumers of services provided by regulated industries with respect to price, reliability and quality. For enquiries relating to licences and other regulatory information refer to www.utilicom.nt.gov.au

ARENA: is the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, a commercially oriented agency. Arena’s Vision is “An Australian economy and society increasingly powered by competitive renewable energy”. Arena works to reduce the cost of renewable energy and increase the use of renewable energy in Australia. For further information refer to www.arena.gov.au

The Australian PV Institute comprises companies, agencies, individuals and academics with an interest in solar energy research, technology, manufacturing, systems, policies, programs and projects. Their objective is to: Support the increased development and use of solar Photovoltaic power systems. For further information refer to http://apvi.org.au

CSIRO: The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation’s (CSIRO) Renewable Energy Integration Facility (REIF) demonstrates how electricity networks will work in the future and allows us to evaluate new grid technologies in a real-world development and testing environment. For further information refer to: www.csiro.au/en/research/ef/areas/electricity-grids-and-systems/reif

The Clean Energy Council is the peak body for the clean energy industry in Australia, they work with hundreds of leading businesses operating in solar, wind, energy efficiency, hydro, bioenergy, energy storage, geothermal and marine along with more than 5000 solar installers For further information refer to: www.cleanenergycouncil.org.au

Bureau of meteorology (BOM) undertakes solar measurements using a combination of high quality, ground-based instruments and a computer model which processes satellite images to collect and publicly distribute climate information for solar energy. For further information refer to http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/data-services/solar/index.shtml