Reconciliation Action Plan
Our reconciliation vision
Horizon Power is privileged to work, live alongside and provide services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who make up about 15 per cent of the population, across regional and remote Western Australia, which it has serviced since its inception in 2006.
Aboriginal culture, history and participation should be seen, heard and valued as an integral part of our business.
In line with our ambition to deliver energy solutions for regional growth and vibrant communities, we have a unique opportunity to support regional Western Australia by contributing more to reconciliation, self-determination and economic development. We will encourage everyone at Horizon Power to get behind a comprehensive and deeply engaged reconciliation process.
Our vision is for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians to realise true social and economic equality.
The Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan demonstrates our commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander customers, suppliers, employees and communities
Learn more about Horizon Power's commitment to reconciliation, our reconciliation targets and community partnerships.
Horizon Power Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) March 2020 - 2022.pdf
Artwork by Desert Gem Director Vattessa Colbung
This artwork relates to Horizon Power's close association with Aboriginal communities and illustrates the beauty of country and healing.
The centre circle in the middle represents Horizon Power sitting with Aboriginal communities (depicted as campsites) and is the central source of energy for local businesses and residents.
Vattessa Colbung is a contemporary Aboriginal artist and writer who values community based activities within the Goldfields region. She was born in Kalgoorlie and acknowledges her Aboriginal heritage as a member of the Wagyl Kaip, South West Boojarah, Yilka and Wangkatja nations. Visit Desert Gem's website.