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Emerging issues impacting First Nations in transmission infrastructure planning

A review of Federal and State government approaches to transmission reveals inconsistency and a lack of accountability for ensuring commitments to First Nations outcomes.

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First Nations and the Clean Energy Transition: Emerging Issues in New Transmission Infrastructure

A review of Federal and State government approaches to transmission reveals inconsistency and a lack of accountability for ensuring commitments to First Nations outcomes. Despite all government’s stated ambition for First Nations participation in Australia’s energy transition, there is presently a lack of commitment to embedding First Nations outcomes in transmission planning prior to decision-making.



 

 

With grateful thanks for use of the photo by Nikola Johnny Mirkovic.


Embedding First Nations outcomes into the government's auction process

Australia can’t let this opportunity be missed. The Federal Government must use the revised Capacity Investment Scheme announcement to design a system that embeds First Nations outcomes into its auction process, bringing everyone together to achieve an inclusive clean energy transition.


Getting this energy transition right

The temperature is rising. The Australian government knows the critical role genuine First Nations involvement plays in this country’s transition. 

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Next roundtable feeding into co-design of First Nations Clean Energy Strategy planned for Queensland

You're invited to the next roundtable feeding into the First Nations Clean Energy Strategy being held in Cairns on 28-29 August 2023.

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Overview of Notable Federal Government Policy Initiatives

The Australian Government’s energy policy comprises a large number of energy strategies and frameworks, policies and programs. These are broadly designed to underpin the supply of energy (reliable, secure and affordable), whilst also aiming to improve energy supply, efficiency, quality, performance and productivity, and reduce emissions. 




The Wire: Roundtable on cleaner energies for First Nations communities

This week, First Nations communities got involved in a community roundtable about energy transition in Alice Springs.

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Energy Magazine: Networking energy equity for First Nations people

It is an exciting time in the energy sector with new technologies, ways to decarbonise, and innovations to make the day-to-day lives of many Australians easier – with abundant reliable, clean energy on the horizon. 

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