Senior Stakeholder Engagement Advisor, Tilt Renewables
As Senior Stakeholder Engagement Advisor for Tilt Renewables, Martine Holberton has over twelve years working as a communications professional, seven of those years being in the government and renewables sectors covering external affairs, community engagement and communications.
Martine’s career in renewables began at City of Melbourne where, as part of a portfolio of sustainability projects and initiatives, she led the collective communications on the first-of-its-kind ‘Melbourne Renewable Energy Project’. MREP saw a group of local governments, cultural institutions, universities and corporations collectively purchase renewable energy from a newly built facility.
Martine is passionate about a clean energy future and working in renewables means she can be part of this essential transition. She is committed to working towards net positive impacts for the projects she works on. At Tilt Renewables this means ensuring community engagement is genuine, upfront, follows through with its commitments and importantly, seeks to deliver innovative benefit sharing initiatives for communities and the environment that create a legacy beyond the immediate benefits of a project.
In 2020, Tilt Renewables received the Clean Energy Council Community Engagement Award for the Dundonnell Wind Farm’s Benefit Sharing Plan, which had a focus on education and training, women’s safety, mental health, solar power grants and more.