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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 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
First Nations people living in the NT want change. Clean energy needs to be rolled out in communities and on homelands.
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
Key learnings from the ACT roundtable feeding into the co-design of the First Nations Clean Energy Strategy
While there are still further discussions to be had with ACT First Nations residents, there were a number of key learnings from the two-day ACT roundtable held on 23-24 August 2023.Read more
Two-day roundtable co-designing Australia’s inaugural First Nations Clean Energy Strategy starts today in Cairns
Over 100 First Nations leaders and industry and government representatives are registered to attend the fourth roundtable in the co-design of the inaugural First Nations Clean Energy Strategy in Cairns, Queensland on 28-29 August 2023.Read more
In South Australia? Come along to a roundtable to help inform the First Nations Clean Energy Strategy
You're invited to attend the next roundtable for the design of the First Nations Clean Energy Strategy is being held in Adelaide, South Australia on 11-12 September 2023.Read more
Queensland has very strong solar resources, and also high quality and nationally competitive wind resources and there is clearly much potential for the development of clean energy projects on First Nations-titled lands.
This policy overview was drafted with assistance from Elizabeth McDonald, Director at Chalk & Behrendt and Taryn Lane, consultant and Manager of Hepburn Community Wind Farm.
Thanks to Hoshi Moshi for the image!