Right to information
CS Energy strives to be open and accountable, while protecting the confidentiality of commercially sensitive information.
We have adopted the Queensland Government's 'Right to Information' approach for providing the community with greater access to information.
If you wish to make a general information enquiry, please complete our Contact Us form.
Before applying for information, please check to see if it is available through the publication scheme below, or elsewhere on this website.
The Right to Information Act 2009 (Act) does not apply to CS Energy and its subsidiaries (CS Energy) in relation to its functions, except so far as those functions relate to community service obligations. As CS Energy does not currently have any community service obligations, CS Energy is an entity to which the Act doesn't apply at this time.
CS Energy’s Whistleblower telephone hotline is not currently operational. While we work to resolve this issue, please direct all whistleblower notifications and Public Interest Disclosures via email or mail to: email@example.com or by completing the Contact Us Form.
The Publication Scheme below provides links to key information about CS Energy. Please refer to the All Reports and publications page for additional information.
- Information that is currently legally required to be held in publicly available registers - not applicable.
- Disclosure log - The Right to Information Act 2009 (Act) does not apply to CS Energy or a subsidiary of CS Energy in relation to its functions, except so far as those functions relate to community service obligations (Source: Section 17 and Schedule 2, Part 2 of the Act).
CS Energy and its subsidiaries do not currently have any community service obligations. Accordingly, CS Energy and its subsidiaries are entities to which the Act does not apply at this time. If you have any queries associated with this disclosure log please contact us.