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29 Feb 2024

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First Nations Clean Energy Network

Australia: First Nations Clean Energy Network launches new community energy planning toolkit.

"We've launched a new Community Energy Planning Toolkit" February 2024

The First Nations Clean Energy Network has launched a new clean energy Best Practice Guide for First Nations wanting to develop a clean energy project in their homes and communities....

The new Community Energy Planning Toolkit outlines a 7-step framework for communities to take an idea into planning, feasibility and design, getting funding, seeking approvals, building, and monitoring a clean energy project.

The toolkit has been produced to empower First Nations communities in the pursuit of sustainable, clean energy solutions tailored to our communities.

Karrina Nolan, co-Chair of the First Nations Clean Energy Network says the opportunity of renewable energy should and can be available to all.

“The Toolkit will assist our communities to have discussions about clean energy futures that are shaped by the community for the benefit of the community...

Download the Community Energy Planning Toolkit