News - January, 2005
End of April remains official Basslink commissioning date
Hydro Tasmania has moved to clarify the expectation of an earlier commissioning of Basslink which has been expressed in recent media coverage.
Wind farm performance features in Sir Allan Knight scholarship
The winners of Hydro Tasmania’s 2005 Sir Allan Knight Industry Exchange scholarship were announced today in Hobart.
Hydro Tasmania wins National Work and Family award
Hydro Tasmania has been recognised for its outstanding commitment to work and family balance in the 2005 National Work and Family Awards with a high commendation in the Gold Award public sector cat
Hydro Tasmania ready for the challenges
Hydro Tasmania is well positioned to meet the challenges of the next 12 months which will see the business begin full trading in the National Electricity Market (NEM) via the Basslink connector.
Hydro Tasmania renews support for Three Peaks Race
Hydro Tasmania announced today that it has extended its support for Tasmania’s unique endurance event, the Three Peaks Race, for a further two years.
Letter to The Age - Basslink operations
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Hydro Tasmania confirms Basslink business case is sound
Hydro Tasmania today totally rejected any comparison to the Enron collapse as made by Greens MHA, Mr Nick McKim.
Hydro Tasmania rejects attack on cloud seeding
Hydro Tasmania today commented on a call by the Greens’ Tim Morris for an independent study into cloud seeding.
More rain needed for Hydro Storages
Despite recent heavy rainfall around the State, Hydro Tasmania’s lakes are still only 40.4 percent full compared to 44 percent last year.
Roaring 40s launched at international conference
Australia’s newest renewable energy development company Roaring 40s Renewable Energy Pty Ltd was officially launched today at the Beijing International Renewable Energy Conference in China.