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Frequently asked questions

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There is currently zero cost to become a supporter or member of the Network. It is simply achieved by completing the sign-up form on our website.

We are pleased with the growth in our First Nations membership and we will not be creating a membership fee for First Nations people and organisations.



Our webinars are designed to address the unique opportunities and challenges faced by First Nations communities, bringing together experts, leaders and community members who share a common interest for clean energy. 

We record each webinar so that our Members can watch them at their leisure.

You can watch the webinar recordings here.

 

The Federal Government and all state and territory Energy Ministers have agreed to the co-design of a First Nations Clean Energy Strategy to ensure that First Nations people help drive the energy transformation. 

You can learn more about the Strategy here and here.

And to find out when the next roundtable is on, or to register to attend, please visit here.

The size of energy projects are usually measured in kilowatts, megawatts or gigawatts.

A watt is a unit of power.

One megawatt (MW) = 1,000 kilowatts (KW) = 1,000,000 watts. 

Megawatts are bigger than kilowatts.

The Gansu Wind Farm in China was the largest wind farm in the world in 2020, with a target capacity of 20,000 megawatts (MW).

The Bhadla Solar Park in India was the largest solar power plant in the world in 2023, covering an area of 56 square kilometers with a total installed capacity of 2,245 megawatts (MW).