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Best Practice Network Guides


Here, you'll find our best practice Network guides available for download.


Best Practice Principles for Clean Energy Projects

The 10 best practice principles, designed for the clean energy industry, government and communities, cover such things as ensuring projects provide economic and social benefits, mutual respect, clear communication, cultural and environmental considerations, landcare, business employment opportunities and free, prior and informed consent (FPIC).

These Principles have been framed to help First Nations communities to achieve those goals and more. They should be followed by clean energy companies themselves and the governments that regulate projects.

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Clean Energy Planning Toolkit for First Nations

First Nations people have the desire and the opportunity to develop clean energy projects in homes and communities, and on Country. 

This Toolkit has been developed to assist communities to have discussions about clean energy futures. 

It will support you to explore the possibilities that clean energy could provide, and to start planning to create and develop your own clean energy project.

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Clean Energy Negotiations Guide for First Nations

This Guide will help communities negotiate mid to large scale developments on country.

It will also assist those wanting to initiate their own clean energy projects.

It covers all aspects such as getting resources and advice and joining or opposing a project.

 

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Webinar: Network Guides Launch

Watch our launch webinar where we explain the guides and share lessons on how best to negotiate good outcomes for your community.
Speakers include Prof Heidi Norman - University of Technology Sydney, Brian Bero - Principal Lawyer, Jaramer Legal, Chris Croker - Managing Director, Impact Investment Partners, Ruby Heard - Director, Alinga Energy Consulting & Karrina Nolan - Executive Director, Original Power.