The article discusses how ignoring Indigenous rights in renewable energy projects can make the transition to clean energy more expensive. The recent ruling against Enel Green Power for trespassing on Native land is seen as a victory for tribal nations and a wake-up call for developers. Ignoring Indigenous sovereignty can lead to costly delays and opposition, as seen with the Dakota Access Pipeline and Cape Wind project. Indigenous peoples around the world are fighting for their rights, but compliance with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is inconsistent. Companies are being forced to factor in the costs of Indigenous resistance.