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Information for proponents

The First Nations Clean Energy Network aims to make sure First Nations communities share the benefits of Australia’s clean energy transition - an ambition shared by Energy Ministers across Australia.

This tool aims to assist proponents and investors engage meaningfully with Traditional Owners in clean energy project development.

It shows the steps towards finding the right people to talk to, and builds understanding about how to navigate the various institutions, community structures, Traditional Ownership, and sea and land tenure arrangements around the country.

For those wanting to make sure they engage properly with Traditional Owners, build opportunities for First Nations employees and businesses through their supply chain and in their workforce, and perhaps explore partnerships and co-ownership models, this tool is a 'one-stop shop' for everything you need to know about businesses, jobs, and engagement in general. 

This page is a work in progress. Please contact us if more should be added to assist you and others on your journey to clean energy reconciliation.

We're grateful for use of the photo by Mitchell Lawler.

Information for proponents

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