Pages tagged "First Nations Clean Energy Strategy"
A properly funded, ambitious First Nations Clean Energy Strategy and associated funding package through the Federal Budget 2024-25 and beyond will be an investment in Australiaʼs future economic prosperity.Read more
It is clear that a properly funded, ambitious First Nations Clean Energy Strategy and associated funding package through the Federal Budget 2024-25 and beyond will be an investment in Australia’s future economic prosperity, whilst also having much potential to deliver social, economic and cultural justice for First Nations and the Australian community at large.
We're excited to be hosting a webinar today for MOB ONLY talking about the government's development of the First Nations Clean Energy Strategy.Read more
The federal government has moved the submission date for responses to its First Nations Clean Energy Strategy consultation paper.Read more
The next roundtable feeding into the design of the government's First Nations Clean Energy Strategy is being held on 7 - 8 November in Wollongong, NSW.Read more
Energy security, capacity development, FPIC and investment for First Nations backed up by government funding commitments: Victoria roundtable finishes
“We want energy security for First Nations backed up by government funding commitments – grants, loans, guarantees. We want capacity for our Traditional Owner entities, to keep up with the job demand so we can fill those jobs."Read more
The First Nations Clean Energy Network recently participated in a workshop reviewing how Australia could achieve a more coherent energy transition. A number of recommendations came out of it.Read more
The next roundtable in the development of the First Nations Clean Energy Strategy is being held in Geelong, Victoria on 27-28 November 2024.Read more
South Australia is a global leader in renewable energy. Driven by high quality wind resources and rooftop solar in a smaller electricity market, renewable energy supplies around 70% of SA's electricity consumption. SA has one of the highest market shares for renewable energy in the world and has a target for 100% renewable energy by 2030.
Thanks to Neoen for the image of the 150 MW Hornsdale Power Reserve