News - January, 2006
Hydro Tasmania gives solid performance in a difficult year
Hydro Tasmania has produced a $44.3 million profit after tax for the 2005/06 financial year with revenue of over half a billion dollars.
Hydro Tasmania welcomes competition
Hydro Tasmania has welcomed the competition it will face from the new greenfield gas-powered development announced today by Alinta and Aurora Energy.
Roaring 40s commissions first China project
Leading Australian renewable energy developer, Roaring 40s, today commissioned the first of its wind energy projects in China.
Low water level boat ramp completed at Great Lake
The construction of a boat ramp to allow access to Great Lake during times of low water levels has now been completed.
Basslink plays an important role through the driest winter on record
The Basslink electricity cable has played a crucial role in reducing the impacts on Tasmania’s hydro storages during what is likely to be the driest winter on record.
Hydro Tasmania rejects ETU claims
Hydro Tasmania totally rejects claims and personal attacks made by the ETU in relation to negotiations over a new enterprise agreement for its Consulting business.
Anglers urged to take care launching boats at Great Lake
As a result of the falling water level in Great Lake, Hydro Tasmania urges lake users to take particular care when launching boats.
Hydro Tasmania to restrict access to Lake Margaret hilltop
Hydro Tasmania is advising the public that access to the hilltop at Lake Margaret is to be restricted. This decision has been made following a review of safety procedures.
Hydro Tasmania makes commitments on Lake Margaret
Hydro Tasmania has reiterated in a constructive dialogue with the Lake Margaret Community Liaison Group that it is making a full assessment of the possible redevelopment of the Lake Margaret Power
Hydro Tasmania team up for the Challenge
Hydro Tasmania has entered a team in the 2006 Mark Webber Pure Tasmania Challenge to be held from November 5-10.