View in web browser <> [image: Call for Nominations] Nominations now open The Executive Committee of the Southern African Energy Efficiency Confederation (SAEEC) hereby invites all current and active SAEEC Members to nominate candidates to be considered for appointment to the Southern African Energy Efficiency Confederation Board. The Board is being reconstituted in line with our constitution.
The objectives of the association shall be to represent the common interests of persons and organisations that are professionally, academically or commercially involved in the advancement of Energy Efficiency in any sectors.

*Nominations open: Wednesday, 26 September 2018. Nominations close: Wednesday, 24 October 2018. Nominees will be announced: Wednesday, 31 October 2018. Electronic voting open: Wednesday, 31 October 2018 as part of announcement of nominees. Live votes will be at* *2018SAEEC AGM**: Monday, 12 November 2018.*
Nominations can only be made by SAEEC active members on the official SAEEC Nomination form. Confirmation of the availability of the nominee is also required.
To obtain nomination form, please email: <> .
In terms of the roles of the executive committee, the Board will consist of –
– Executive Committee:
The executive committee shall be responsible for the governance of the association and shall consist of a president, a president-elect, an immediate past president and up to a maximum of six additional members.
– Elections:
Every second year, the general secretary shall invite members to nominate a president-elect and three additional members to the executive committee. All nominees must be individual members or representatives of organisational members. If the nominations received are accepted, the secretary shall arrange for an electronic vote by participant members to determine the composition of the executive committee from the nominations received. The existing president may be elected to stand for one additional term of two years. The president-elect will remain as such should this happen.
– Cooptions:
The executive committee can co-opt individuals to the executive committee provided that such individuals shall not be entitled to vote and all co-options lapse at the time of the next convention.
– Liability:
Members of the executive committee shall serve on the committee in their private capacity. They shall not be personally liable for any debts or other claims by third parties or members against the association, provided that their actions were conducted in good faith.
– Powers of the executive committee: The executive committee shall have such powers as are required to manage the affairs of the association, including but not limited to:
a. binding the association in contract; b. opening and operating bank and investment accounts; c. appointing and dismissing employees and contractors; d. delegating tasks and responsibilities; e. forming subcommittees and workgroups; f. establishing branches and special interest groups, or similar structures; g. determining the actions and strategies of the association; h. representing members on external bodies. View the full SAEEC Constitution <> here
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