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The transition to solar and wind can give regional Australian families certainty that there will be jobs and economic growth in their local communities for decades to come. Now is the time to leverage the renewables boom into the best possible outcomes for farmers, landholders and locals.

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Without community support, the green energy transition will fail. Here’s how to get communities on board

April 05, 2024

RE-Alliance worked with Dr. Simon Wright on this piece, published in The Conversation. Connecting cheap, clean energy from renewables comes with a hidden cost and challenge: building 5,000 kilometres of new transmission lines this decade, and another 5,000km after that. This sounds like a lot,...

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Local Energy Hubs can help people and communities through change

April 03, 2024

RE-Alliance and the Community Power Agency, two organisations working for more than a decade with regional communities navigating large-scale renewable energy projects, have welcomed the detail provided by the Chair of the Net Zero Economy Agency, Greg Combet, on the remit of the Net...

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Capacity Investment Scheme needs to set high bar for communities hosting renewables

March 28, 2024

– Andrew Bray, RE-Alliance National Director and Jarra Hicks, Director of Community Power Agency. With social licence now acknowledged as one of the largest challenges for our shift to clean energy, attention can now turn to the nuts and bolts of how it can...

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