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The SEC will operate as a state owned company, SEC Victoria Pty Ltd, led by a chief executive officer with a board of directors to oversee ongoing business operations and delivery of our strategy.

The SEC will be a company incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001 (CTH) and declared a state-owned company under the State Owned Enterprises Act 1992 (VIC).

Our Strategic Plan outlines the scope, functions and objectives of the SEC and was developed under the guidance of an Expert Advisory Panel comprising some of Australia’s most credentialled energy experts. It is one of a suite of documents that guides our operations to ensure they align with Victoria’s energy transition goals.

The SEC company constitution establishes what we will do and rules for our operation, governing the relationship between the SEC Board, shareholders, the Minister for the SEC, and the company.

SEC Interim Chief Executive Officer

Chris Miller-CEO

Chris Miller

Chris Miller was appointed Interim CEO of the SEC in December 2022, to establish the purpose and objectives of the SEC, advise on appropriate legislation, statutory powers and policies (including investment mandate and policies), and deliver the operating model.

Prior to his appointment as Interim CEO, Chris was Deputy Secretary, Tourism and Events at the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions (DJPR). Before joining DJPR, Chris held senior executive roles, including General Counsel, at the Department of Premier and Cabinet where he advised the Premier on Victoria’s energy, infrastructure and transport portfolios, among others.

Before joining the Victorian Public Service, Chris worked in various roles at EnergyAustralia and practised as a commercial lawyer at King & Wood Mallesons. In those roles, Chris advised on a broad range of matters relating to energy, including mergers and acquisitions, generation and upstream development, project financing, carbon, utilities regulation, and commercial contracting.

Latest news:

SEC invests in one of the world’s biggest battery projects

We’re investing $245 million in the Melbourne Renewable Energy Hub (MREH), a major milestone in our plans to deliver renewable, affordable and reliable energy for all Victorians.

Efficiency retrofit saves thousands in energy bills

Energy efficiency consultant Richard and his wife took a staged approach when they began retrofitting their home.

Switching to electric means sustainability and comfort

Meet Matt from Ballarat, who slashed his annual gas bill by $1,500 after switching to electric heating.

SEC strategic plan to accelerate Victoria's renewable energy transition

The new SEC will put power back in the hands of Victorians by investing in renewable energy generation and storage, supporting households to go all-electric, and building the renewable energy workforce we need to drive Victoria’s energy transition.

Developing the renewable energy workforce of the future

The SEC Energy Jobs and Skills Forum welcomed more than 300 industry and community leaders to share insights to help inform the SEC Centre of Training Excellence and the Victorian Energy Jobs Plan.

Students consider renewables careers at Gippsland energy summit

Helping the environment and their communities are key motivators for these young Gippsland students considering a career in renewable energy.

Energy upgrades deliver a feel-good bonus

When Claire and her wife began upgrades to reduce their power bills, they discovered other unexpected advantages.

From devastation comes hope – and a new, energy-efficient school

It’s not only reduced energy bills but also made the whole school more comfortable.

Electrical apprenticeship sparks a career in solar for Madi

“Solar is such a growing industry, and I feel like it’s going to be the way of the future”

All-electric homes open up a world of diverse career opportunities

“It feels good to be part of an industry that’s part of the solution. To know we are contributing in a small way to something that is so much bigger than us.”

Happy outcome for Victorian sparky who helps people electrify and save money

Mornington Peninsula business owner Trent Jones has seen vast changes in his industry since starting out as an electrician 18 years ago.

Sparky adds value to his business with a solar qualification from TAFE

Joe Gauci was 16 when he joined the original SEC as an apprentice electrician in the Latrobe Valley.