News - January, 2006
Bass Strait Islands’ electricity tariffs to rise in line with inflation
The price of electricity for customers on King and Flinders Islands will increase by four percent from 1 January 2007, equivalent to the rise in the Consumer Price Index.
Hydro Tasmania Consulting wins World Bank job in India
Hydro Tasmania Consulting has been commissioned by the World Bank to develop a framework for the efficient and sustainable development of hydro-electric power schemes in the Himalaya region of Indi
Funding boosts juniors Surf Lifesaving skills
A camp focused on the development of skills for our future surf lifesavers was launched today together with a funding boost of $10,000.
Hydro storages falling with continuing low inflows
Hydro Tasmania continues to experience low storages with inflows into its lakes falling to around 30 percent of the average expected for this time of year with no significant rainfall expecte
Hydro Tasmania welcomes Energy Futures report; urges action on renewable energy options
Hydro Tasmania has welcomed the launch of a major energy report and urged the Federal Government to look at all renewable energy options as part of a national response to climate change.
Hydro Tasmania seeks feedback from West Coast community on Lake Margaret feasibility study
Hydro Tasmania is asking for local community feedback on the findings of its feasibility study into the redevelopment of the Lake Margaret Power Scheme.
Poatina re-regulation storage officially opened
Hydro Tasmania Chief Executive Officer, Mr Vince Hawksworth today officially opened the $7.4 million re-regulation storage located below the Poatina Power Station.
Response to announcement on planned Basslink sale
Hydro Tasmania will closely monitor the formal commercial process involving the proposed sale of Basslink by the owner and operator next year to ensure that its interests and those of the State are
Navy support for 2007 Hydro Tasmania Three Peaks Race
The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is an early entry for the 2007 Hydro Tasmania Three Peaks Race.
New director appointed to Hydro Tasmania Board
Brisbane energy consultant Mr Michael Cavell has been appointed as a director to the Hydro Tasmania Board.