Rules of Association
- the name of the Society
- the reasons why it exists
- the process in accordance with which persons can become (and cease to be) members
- how changes to the Rules are made
- the method by which General Meetings of the Society are held
- the control and investment of funds of the Society
- and a variety of other matters.
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Code of Ethics
NZWEA recognises that members of the wind industry should act in manner which is responsible and ethically sound, as so much of what it does involves working closely with the general public and numerous other stakeholders, every day.
The Rules of the New Zealand Wind Energy Association, which were adopted in 1997, place an undertaking on NZWEA members to ensure that they do not engage in any discreditable activities or conduct prejudicial to the Association.
The Code of Ethics of the New Zealand Wind Energy Association and its associated Disciplinary Procedures clarifies:
- what constitutes “discreditable conduct or conduct prejudicial to the interests of the Association”
- the appropriate action to take in the event that any member is “guilty of discreditable conduct or conduct prejudicial to the interests of the Association.”
The Code of Ethics and the disciplinary procedures are binding on all NZWEA members. If any person has any concerns regarding the conduct of any member of the New Zealand Wind Energy Association then they are invited to seek redress through this Code of Ethics.
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