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South Australia Policy Overview: First Nations and Clean Energy

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


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.

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Taking control of our destiny as a Native Title group

Jason Bilney describes how the Barngarla Determination Aboriginal Corporation has negotiated key energy deals in this webinar on Traditional Owner Negotiations held as part of the First Nations Clean Energy Network series in June 2023.


Have your say on an offshore wind proposal

The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water have published a notice of proposal to declare an area in the Southern Ocean region off Victoria and South Australia, historically referred to as the Portland area. Consultation is now open on the suitability of offshore renewable energy infrastructure in the Commonwealth waters extending offshore from Warrnambool, Victoria to Port MacDonnell, South Australia.

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Hydrogen and Renewable Energy Act: Issues paper responses (February 2023)

There is a massive global and domestic renewables energy transition underway that is driving generational shifts in energy systems. First Nations people can, and should benefit from this revolution, whether from small community-based projects, to large scale, export-focused initiatives.


Proposed South Australian Hydrogen and Renewable Energy Act 2023 (February 2023)

The First Nations Clean Energy Network welcomes the emphasis put on maximising beneficial economic, environmental and social impacts (and minimising adverse cultural and heritage impacts) in the proposed South Australian Hydrogen and Renewable Energy Act 2023.