Electric Energy Society of Australia (EESA)

For all engineers working with electric energy for industry, advocacy and research.

Electric Energy Society of Australia EESA is a national society established to advance interests in electric energy. It is a Technical Society of Engineers Australia. The key objective of EESA is to provide a continuous professional development program to members of the Society who have an interest in the field of electric energy. This field encompasses generation, transmission, distribution, retail and customer end-use of electric energy.

The Electric Energy Society of Australia’s commitment to the continued professional development of its members extends to all areas of an engineer’s career. From training to networking with other engineers who share your professional interests and beyond to advocacy and influence of energy policies and research, the EESA is an integral organisation for all engineers who work with electric energy.

The EESA has state chapters in NSW, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia. Members are offered webinars and the opportunity to stay on the cutting edge of electric energy advances, innovation, research and policy.

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