Hydro Tasmania is Australia's leading clean energy business and largest generator of renewable energy. We stand ready to help make Tasmania the renewable energy battery of the nation and create an energy future that's clean, reliable and affordable.

Battery of the Nation

Battery of the Nation is about locking in our island’s energy security and giving Tasmanians the lowest possible power prices.

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Our power stations

We’ve led clean energy innovation in Australia - building 54 major dams, 30 hydropower stations and two major wind farms.

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Outdoor activities

Find out everything you need to know for your next outdoor adventure simply by searching the find a site map.

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Water storage levels

We’re Australia’s largest water manager – turning rainfall into clean, renewable energy for Tasmania. Our storage levels follow a secure seasonal pattern - generally peaking in the 40 per cent range during the wettest months each year, and bottoming out in the 20s during the driest part. You can monitor this process in detail.

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current gwh Energy in Storage
current % of Full Storage Energy

As at 11/12/2017.
Updated first working day of each week.

Latest media releases

  • Flinders’ renewable frontier

    Dec 11, 2017
    The Flinders Island community can look forward to a secure and cleaner energy future thanks to its new Hybrid Energy Hub. Officially launched today, the hub will transform the island’s power supply and provide another exceptional renewable showcase for remote communities around Australia and the world.
  • Hydro Tasmania fuels renewable oasis

    Nov 30, 2017
    One of Australia’s most remote communities has been totally powered by clean energy for the very first time. Coober Pedy has traditionally been mainly dependent on diesel generation, but its electricity needs are now being met exclusively by wind and solar power for extended periods.
  • Energy security independently confirmed

    Nov 29, 2017
    The Tasmanian Economic Regulator’s first Annual Energy Security Review has found Tasmania’s energy security is now strong enough to withstand an unlikely repeat of the events of 2015/16.
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