Energy Watch vote

Creditors voted unanimously yesterday to liquidate Melbourne-based energy broker Energy Watch. Administrators took over on May 16 after a private consortium took control of the business. The new owners settled some bills and employee wages and are now operating using the name Energy Watch International. Outstanding superannuation and wages would be paid out of whatever funds the administrators can recover.

Creditors voted unanimously yesterday to liquidate Melbourne-based energy broker Energy Watch. Administrators took over on May 16 after a private consortium took control of the business. The new owners settled some bills and employee wages and are now operating using the name Energy Watch International. Outstanding superannuation and wages would be paid out of whatever funds the administrators can recover.