Hepburn Z-NET is a collaborative partnership bringing together community groups, organisations, community members, experts and council to shift the Hepburn Shire to zero-net energy by 2025 and zero-net emissions by 2030.
As a community transition, having good governance structures is key to building and delivering a zero-net emission transition plan that represents the needs of our community. Under a Collaborative Governance model, members of the Z-NET Roundtable guide delivery and the Hepburn Shire Council has a key role as the backbone for the group.
The Z-NET Roundtable welcomes local and diverse stakeholders from across the shire to apply. Expressions of interest will remain open until May 10 and applicants will hear back in late May. Please review the terms of reference, the Community Transition Plan and fill out the form below to express your interest.
Appointment of Roundtable members will consider the following:
- The availability of members to attend Roundtable meetings and events
- The geographical location of members in the Shire. This is to ensure representation across the Shire
- Expertise of members and ability to inform and strengthen the Community Transition Plan