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  • Jo Chong:     Do you believe in clean and affordable energy for everyone?

    Craig Reucassel:      Do you feel like waging war on energy waste?

    Erika Wagner:     Are you an Australian under 35 years of age, with a passion for social justice and saving energy? We want to hear from you!

    Chris Dunstan:    The Gill Owen Essay Prize is searching for the best essay in Australia on energy efficiency and social equity. It’s a chance to raise your voice about the smartest and fairest ways to cut energy bills and carbon emissions – and win a share of $5000 in prize money.

    Rosemary Sinclair:     Dr Gill Owen was a pioneering researcher and advocate for energy fairness and efficiency in Australia and the UK. Through organisations such as Sustainability First, the Fuel Poverty Advisory Group and Energy Consumers Australia, Gill highlighted the importance of efficiency and energy affordability for low income households.

    Erika Wagner:     The winning Gill Owen Essay will receive a $3,000 prize and be published by RenewEconomy.

    Craig Reucassel:      But remember – get your essay in by Friday 9 November!

  • Are you an Australian under 35 years of age, with a passion for social justice and saving energy?

    The Gill Owen Essay Prize is searching for the best essay in Australia on energy efficiency and social equity.

    Up to $5,000 in prizes are available across student and non-student categories!

    The UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures, AGL, Uniting Communities Australia and the Association for Energy and Environmental Equity invite you to submit your entries by Friday 9 November.