What the Jersey Energy Partnership does
The role of the Jersey Energy Partnership is to monitor and review the energy plan. The Partnership has two parts, a Ministerial energy executive, and a multi stakeholder energy forum.
Ministerial energy executive
The energy executive is responsible for the ongoing monitoring of the actions as outlined in the energy plan. The energy executive will review the energy plan and will develop or commission new policy areas or actions, according to the review findings.
The energy executive group members are the following Ministers, Department of the Environment, Economic Development, Department for Infrastructure, and Social Security.
The secretariat is provided by the Department of the Environment. The energy executive will present the 5 year review of the plan to the States Assembly in 2020. It will provide an annual progress update to the Environment Scrutiny Panel.
Multi stakeholder energy forum
The energy forum will have a Chair elected on an annual basis. It includes representatives from the energy industry, businesses and the third sector, and provides an opportunity for key stakeholders to input on the progress of Pathway 2050, raise areas of concern and identify changing or future priorities.
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