The First Nations Clean Energy Network, National Native Title Council and Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation are very pleased to welcome you to the

The path to net zero runs through First Nations land.

First Nations are taking a leadership in electrifying our homes, developing clean energy in our communities, collaborating on mapping and design, and participating in projects on Country. 

Clean energy is our pathway away from fossil fuels towards more affordable reliable power, free prior and informed consent, collaboration and partnerships, equity and ownership, and our continued care for Country.

Join our First Nations Clean Energy Symposium 2024 to share and learn about how First Nations are participating in the clean energy transition, powered by us, benefiting all Australians.


Our two-day symposium will bring together Traditional Owners, communities and businesses participating in the clean energy industry, government policy makers, industry trail-blazers, and First Nations leaders. 

It is an opportunity to share learnings, new ideas and strategies for how we can work together to partner in clean energy solutions in our homes and communities and drive massive change in States and Territories, including through the First Nations Clean Energy Strategy. 

Recent developments in the policy and regulatory landscape will be examined, and case studies from communities overcoming barriers to install community-led clean power, and First Nations collaborating in medium- to large-scale projects, will be explored.

The symposium will comprise of a series of presentations, including from renowned keynote speakers, and workshops providing tools, resources and advice. Unique networking opportunities include the Welcome Reception on Tuesday 7 May, and the Symposium Soirée on Wednesday 8 May.

The symposium will also launch our new Information for Proponents toolkit for industry, regulators, investors, and government so that everyone has all the information needed to ensure early engagement, free prior and informed consent, collaboration, co-design, investment, partnerships, and/or ownership with First Nations groups.


Georgia Perillo

+61 466 747 910