Exclusive Members of Procurement Specialists
The Energy Procurement Supply Association (EPSA) is an Asia Pacific not-for-profit association that is made up of energy industry procurement and supply professionals. EPSA activities are managed and delivered largely through the voluntary work of the membership.
EPSA brings together members and often prospective members to network and collaborate for the purpose of sharing and creating tangible, sustainable business benefits to their respective organisations. This includes exploring contemporary issues and best practice opportunities that drive and enable supply chain optimisation.JOIN EPSA TODAY
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EPSA holds regular conferences / workshops, instigates workgroups on common issues and conducts qualitative and quantitative benchmarking. Moving forward, EPSA will be introducing programs that support the personal development of supply chain and procurement professionals within the industry.
Members also benefit from initiating simple surveys on contemporary issues, sharing information with best performers and collaborating at a regional cluster level.
Being a part of EPSA delivers significant benefits to our group. Having direct access to a professional network within our industry has enabled us to leverage best practises, standardised ways of working, apply lessons learnt and mitigate supply chain risks. In addition EPSA provides a platform for us to work together as peers across our industry to adopt ESG strategies and address modern slavery risks.
Sharyn County - Jemena
Deep and sincere appreciation to Andre’ and his team at Western Power in bringing valuable conference to our members.
S M Ho - Macau Electricity Company Limited
I attended my first EPSA conference back in early 2019 shortly after joining Ausnet and could not believe I had direct access to such a knowledgeable group of peers within a common network. Being part of the EPSA has allowed us to share best practices, share problems and solutions and provides a framework that allows us to work cooperatively together when an industry solution is required to create increased value for our suppliers and ourselves. Like all successful environments you need to actively contribute to the group, my team see by doing this it helps us create increased value for our stakeholders.
Kevin Foster - AusNet
Today’s conference has given me the potential to tap into similar experiences across utilities through other like-minded people.
Priya Veale - Horizon Power