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Optimising positive impacts for First Nations through reliable and cost competitive renewable energy projects

The combination of First Nations partnership, governance and equity is unequivocally the factor that unlocks positive impacts for First Nations communities and projects. That's the conclusion of a new briefing paper by Indigenous Clean Energy in Canada which reviewed key factors optimising positive impacts for First Nations through reliable and cost-effective renewable energy projects.

 

Thanks to Matt Artz for use of the photo.


Optimising positive impacts for First Nations through reliable and cost competitive renewable energy projects

The combination of First Nations partnership, governance and equity is unequivocally the factor that unlocks positive impacts for First Nations communities and projects.

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Having partnerships with First Nations groups de-risks energy projects

Today First Nations Australian and Canadian clean energy leaders met with the Australian government's Assistant Minister for Climate Change and Energy, Senator Jenny McAllister.

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First Nations Canadians and Australians meet with the Minister

Today First Nations Australian and Canadian clean energy advocates met with Australia's Minister for Climate Change and Energy Chris Bowen.

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First Nations PowerMakers program set to role out

We are busy preparing for our inaugural PowerMakers clean energy capacity building training program to be delivered to 30 targeted First Nations participants from 23-27 October 2023 in Cairns, Queensland.

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