- esaa - Energy Supply Association Of Australia
The Energy Supply Association of Australia represents Australia's $110 billion electricity and downstream gas businesses and is committed to working constructively to secure Australia’s energy future for the wider community.
- ena - Energy Networks Association of Australia
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) is the peak national body representing gas and electricity distribution businesses throughout Australia. Energy networks are the lower pressure gas pipes and lower voltage electricity lines that distribute gas and electricity from energy transmission systems directly to the doorsteps of energy customers.
- NGF - National Generators Forum
The National Generators Forum (NGF) directly represents the 22 major power generators in the National Electricity Market. The NGF is committed to a competitive market which promotes efficient investment in new capacity , and also protecting the environment, including abatement of carbon dioxide emissions.
- CIGRE - Committee On Large Electric Systems
Cigre is an international organisation dedicated to the identification and development of solutions to technical issues in the power supply sector.
- IEAUST - Institution Of Engineers Australia
Institution Of Engineers Australia (IEAUST) is the national forum for the advancement of engineering and professional development. It has over 80,000 members embracing all engineering disciplines, making this organisation one of the largest, diverse professional body for engineers in Australia.
- APESMA - Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists and Managers Australia
APESMA is a non-profit organisation for the benefit of its members. It is the largest national non-profit organisation representing professional employees and offers practical information, representation and advice on employment and career advancement issues.
- IET Power Academy
The Institution of Engineering and Technology Power Academy has been established to address the looming skills shortage in power engineering through a combination of financial support and workplace mentoring for students. A number of scholarships are awarded each year to students at participating universities.
- EEA - Engineering Education Australia
The EEA is a wholly owned, not-for-profit subsidiary of Engineers Australia aim is to deliver/broker courses and related services to support Engineers Australia's initiatives.
- AUPEC - Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference
The scope of the conference is contemporary and original research and educational development in the Australasian region in the area of electrical power engineering.
- IEEE Power & Energy Society The IEEE Power & Energy Society is a worldwide, non-profit association of more than 29,000 individuals engaged in the electric power energy industry. Our mission is to be the leading provider of scientific information on electric power and energy for the betterment of society and the preferred professional development source for our members. The scope of the Society embraces research, development, planning, design, construction, maintenance, installation and operation of equipment, structures, materials and power systems for the safe, sustainable, economic and reliable conversion, generation, transmission, distribution, storage and usage of electric energy, including its measurement and control.
- ATSE – Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering
One of four learned Academies, ATSE was founded in 1976 to recognise and promote the achievements of Australian scientists, engineers and technologists. ATSE provides a national forum for discussion and debate of issues critical to Australia's future, especially the impact of technology, science and engineering on our quality of life.
- EWB – Engineers Without Borders
EWB aims to educate Australian engineers and the wider community on issues of sustainable development, appropriate technology, poverty and the plight of disadvantaged people around the world. EWB was created in 2003 out of the passion of young engineers who wanted to make a difference using their engineering skills and resources. EWB brings together engineering students, young graduates, experienced engineers and even non engineers as a team to help solve basic, small scale engineering problems faced by many people in need. The objective of EWB is not only to contribute to new and ongoing development projects, but also provide development training and experience for Australians.