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First Nations Clean Energy Network wins national award

We're proud to have received the 2023 Clean Energy Council 'First Nations Engagement and Participation' Award for demonstrating outstanding positive community engagement with First Nations communities.

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Negotiations for Traditional Owners webinar

We just held a webinar on 'Negotiations for Traditional Owners'. The key takeout? Clean energy project negotiations can be complex!

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This is a critical moment for us to work together and to do things differently

Australia's energy transition will require access to large areas of land, waters and seas to accommodate thousands of kilometres of new transmission lines for storage and generation projects, and access to critical minerals.

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Eight simple steps to attract investment and build First Nations engagement in Australia’s clean energy transformation

Governments in the United States and Canada have already realised that establishing the right partnerships with First Nations in the clean energy transition is an investment decision.

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Eight simple steps to build First Nations engagement in Australia’s clean energy transformation

After two years of listening, the First Nations Clean Energy Network offers eight actions that will support Australian governments partner with First Nations in this fast and furious clean energy transition. 

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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NIT: Water rights and energy top Indigenous talks agenda

In Alice Springs, a community roundtable will examine how Indigenous people and communities can participate in and benefit from the clean energy transition.

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Clean energy in First Nations communities: Genuinely powering people

We're very excited Karrina Nolan is doing a plenary at the Smart Energy Council conference on 3 May 2023.

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Opening Plenary

Welcome to Country. Introductions and setting the scene.


• Cissy Gore-Birch, MC
• Jamie Lowe, National Native Title Council
• Karrina Nolan, First Nations Clean Energy Network / Original Power
• Chris Crocker, First Na5ons Clean Energy Network / Impact IP