The Office of Energy and Climate Change (OECC) was established in the Treasury Cluster in April 2022.

OECC is led by Deputy Secretary of Energy, Climate Change and Sustainability (ECCS) Rachel Parry, and Energy Corporation of NSW (EnergyCo) Chief Executive James Hay, who each report to NSW Treasury Secretary, Dr Paul Grimes.

One of the central planks of NSW's economic policy agenda is ensuring the state leads the way on climate change and seizes the opportunities from the transformation to a new low-cost, clean energy economy. Establishing OECC within the Treasury Cluster enables the government to harness and leverage synergies and expertise across Treasury – and it opens up exciting new opportunities for Treasury to play a highly influential role in responding to the significant economic and environmental challenges.

AdaptNSW

The AdaptNSW website has been produced by the NSW Government to inform and empower communities, businesses, households and government to adapt to climate change.

Action by all sectors of society on climate change continues to grow as the effects and risks are becoming more evident, and we are confronted with more extreme weather events.

The AdaptNSW website is a source you can trust, that provides relevant, localised information to keep you informed and help you adapt to climate change.

AdaptNSW

Energy NSW

Focus on renewables, government and regulation and industry. This website currently includes information on the Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap and Renewable Energy Action Plan among other regulatory, legislative and informative content.

www.energy.nsw.gov.au

EnergySaver

Connecting customers to energy programs, incentives and information that are being delivered under the NSW Government’s 2017-2022 Energy Savings Scheme.

www.energysaver.nsw.gov.au

GreenPower

GreenPower is 100% renewable energy available for households and businesses through most energy retailers in Australia.

www.greenpower.gov.au

Last updated: 06/04/2022