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18 Сен 2023

Report examines community ownership models of renewable energy in nine countries

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This report explores community ownership of renewable energy in nine countries - Canada, Chile, Colombia, Honduras, Mexico, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, US. It emphasizes the importance of respect for indigenous communities’ right to Free, Prior and Informed Consent and provision of financial opportunities to ensure their participation in the transition to a low-carbon economy. It highlights examples of indigenous ownership in commercial renewable energy projects, showcasing both successful partnerships and challenges. Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the companies mentioned in the report in relation to allegations, EcoPower Chile and Elecnor, to respond, and they did not. We have also reached out to Energía Eólica de Honduras and will publish their response if we receive it.

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