Aurora Energy comprises an Office of the CEO, two distinct businesses and four corporate and shared services divisions that provide functional leadership and support.
The Energy Business
The Energy Business manages Aurora's generation, wholesale and retail functions with a strong focus on delivering customer and business outcomes consistent with a competitive market. A subsidiary company, Aurora Energy (Tamar Valley) Pty Ltd trading as AETV Power owns and operates the Tamar Valley Power Station in northern Tasmania using natural gas that is piped in from Victoria to generate electricity. We also have access to gas-fired generation in Victoria including the Bairnsdale Power Station. View more information on AETV Power.
The Energy Business manages energy market risks and returns and buys and sells both physical generation and energy contracts. It also oversees customer services including sales and marking, billing and complaints handling and call centre services.
The Distribution Business
The Distribution Business's purpose is to be a customer-focused, innovative, sustainable and cost-efficient business that does not contribute to any price increases for customers as a result of its efforts. It manages, develops and operates the statewide distribution system, and has responsibility for asset stewardship and network management.
The Distribution Business oversees the distribution resource and response centres, designing and programming, customer connections, meter reading, transmission capabilities, the Bass Strait islands electricity system, standards and compliance and the Aurora Energy Training Centre. The Business is also responsible for the commercialisation of the WireAlert technology (known as CablePI in Tasmania) and manages telecommunications activities. View more information on the High Speed Telecommunications website.
The Commercial Services Division
The division includes the Office of the Chief Financial Officer and incorporates a range of corporate services including accounting, taxation and finance, treasury management, supply chain services, fleet and facilities, energy risk and information technology (operations and projects).
Strategy & Corporate Affairs Division
This division leads Aurora's strategic direction. It is also responsible for public and stakeholder relations, internal communications, market monitoring and policy development, major business development and business analysis.
The People & Culture Division
People & Culture is responsible for human resources strategy, culture and change management, safety, health and environment, recruitment, employee relations, remuneration and benefits and organisational development.
The Governance Division
This division is responsible for compliance, risk, legal and company secretarial services, and information management.