At EnergyAustralia, not only are we working towards the transition to cleaner energy for all, but we also believe in a fair, equitable world for all.
Our approach to fairness and equity is reflected in our customer service standards, the people we employ and the suppliers we choose to work with, as well as those who choose to work with us.
We are committed participants in the global movement towards eradicating all forms of modern slavery and are committed to ensuring there is no slavery in our operations, and to fully understanding our supply chain to ensure it is slavery free. We work with suppliers to put in place a range of processes and procedures to ensure that EnergyAustralia’s supply chain does not include, condone or allow for any form of slavery, including forced labour, child labour, domestic servitude, sex trafficking, workplace abuse or human trafficking.
Aligned with our commitment to our Supplier Code of Conduct, we will continue to assess our supply chain and operations for modern slavery risks and work on mitigating supply chain risks and remediating any operational risks.
Our latest Modern Slavery Statement outlines the important steps we are taking to protect against slavery in our operations and supply chain.
Reconciliation Action Plan
At the centre of our Reconciliation Action Plan is EnergyAustralia’s determination to strengthen relationships and build positive long-term connections with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations.
Supplying to EnergyAustralia
We work hard to make doing business with us easier. We use a suite of SAP products, which simplifies our Procure to Pay process and allows us to move away from manual processes and seamlessly collaborate and transact with our suppliers.
We prefer to transact with our suppliers via the SAP Ariba Network (Ariba). and we’ll continue to work with our Suppliers to do more of this over time.
What does this mean for you?
- Transacting with us using Ariba is free for a standard account.
- You’ll experience an efficient, automated and paper-free document exchange.
Suppliers new to the Ariba Network generally start transacting for free, though based on the volume and value of your transactions, some fees may apply. To learn more, please visit SAP Ariba Subscriptions and Pricing.
EnergyAustralia has a supplier information portal for suppliers who are enabled with us on the Ariba Network. This portal addresses common questions and issues.
We no longer accept paper-based and fax transactions. Suppliers not transacting with us via Ariba must send all invoices in PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org, including the following critical information on your invoice to allow us to successfully process payments accordingly:
- Breakdown of material or service procured
- Valid purchase order number
Each invoice must be submitted as a single PDF attachment and there can only be one attachment per email.
EnergyAustralia uses Fieldglass for some Professional Services engagements through Statement of Work. Fieldglass is a collaborative, cloud-based tool primarily supporting Statements of Work (SoW) for milestone and timesheets-based engagements.
What it means for suppliers?
- Streamlined and automatic invoicing.
- Improved visibility of transactional data.
Purchase order terms and conditions
View our Purchase Order T&Cs.
EnergyAustralia is a signatory to the Australian Supplier Payment Code for Small Businesses and we offer suppliers who can demonstrate that they are a small business 30-day payment terms. As part of our Reconciliation Action Plan, we have committed to 14-day payment terms for businesses who can demonstrate that they are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander owned businesses. Energy Australia’s standard payment terms for all other suppliers are 60 days from the end of the month from our receipt of a correctly rendered invoice.