News - January, 2004
Hydro Tasmania welcomes Musselroe Wind Farm approvals
Hydro Tasmania today welcomed the approval by the Dorset Council for the Musselroe Wind Farm development.
Hydro Tasmania releases new tariffs for King and Flinders Islands
Hydro Tasmania announced today that electricity tariffs for King and Flinders Islands will rise by 2.5 percent in line with the rate of inflation over the past 12 months.
New Board appointments for Hydro Tasmania
The chair of Hydro Tasmania Dr David Crean, today announced the appointment of two new directors to the Board.
Sustainability to be the focus for Sir Allan Knight scholarship winner
The winner of Hydro Tasmania’s 2004 Sir Allan Knight Industry Exchange Scholarship was announced in Hobart today.
Hydro Tasmania seeks development approval for major wind farm project in South Australia
Hydro Tasmania has lodged a Development Application with two South Australian councils for a 117 megawatt wind farm in the Clare Valley, about 100 kilometres north of Adelaide.
Hydro Tasmania in $90 million deal
The agreement is for sale of all Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) and Green Power Rights created by the production of electricity from Stages 1 and 2 of the Woolnorth Wind Farm.
Major Three Peaks partnership extends to third year
Hydro Tasmania will retain the naming rights of the Three Peaks Race for a third consecutive year as major sponsor of this unique and challenging event.
Earthquake felt in North-West Tasmania
Seismologists working for Hydro Tasmania have recorded a significant earthquake in North-West Tasmania today.
Record capital works program in preparation for NEM entry
Hydro Tasmania has recorded a record investment in capital works with a $132.7 million capital expenditure program, a $35.5 million profit and a return to the Tasmanian Government of over $80 milli
Hydro Tasmania meets with Vestas management
Hydro Tasmania Chief Executive Officer, Geoff Willis, today confirmed he had met with Vestas Asia Pacific President Mr Thorbjorn Rasmussen last Sunday.