Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 05 Hansard (Thursday, 11 May 2017) . . Page.. 1866 ..
As part of the ACT public service Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment initiatives; support, guidance and assistance is provided to the supervisors and work areas of participants through the CMTEDD Inclusion Team and the Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs.
(4) Mentoring arrangements are documented in performance management plans. This data is not collated.
(5) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff working in the CSD can participate in the whole-of-government Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Career Development Program. This fully funded program is aimed at supporting and retaining Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and promoting diversity in the ACT public service.
The program includes three full day workshops and includes practical exercises, personal development sessions and peer coaching.
CSD nominated 10 staff to participate in the program with 6 staff being accepted on to the May program.
(6) See above.
(7) Interaction Consulting are contracted to run the 2017 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Career Development program.
(8) Six CSD staff members have been selected to undertake the whole-of-government Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Career Development Program.
(Question No 164)
Mr Coe asked the Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability, upon notice, on 31 March 2017:
(1) What is the actual and estimated percentage of the ACT’s electricity usage which is renewable (a) currently, (b) in 2018, (c) in 2019, (d) in 2020 and (e) in 2021.
(2) Can the Minister provide a breakdown of the renewable energy generated and consumed by source, for example, residential rooftop solar, large scale solar and hydro etc, for each period referred to in part (1).
(3) What is the total cost of the renewable energy (a) in total and (b) per household for each period referred to in part (1).
(4) Are the costs of renewable energy solely recovered through electricity bills; if not, how are the costs recovered.
(5) What is the actual and estimated total electricity consumption of the ACT for each period referred to in part (1).
(6) What electricity prices have been locked-in (or hedged) and for what (a) amount of electricity and (b) periods.