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

 Our initial studies show Tasmania's Battery of the Nation plan is one of the most achievable and competitive solutions to Australia's looming energy challenge.

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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 29/11/2021.
Updated the first working day of the week.

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Latest media releases

  • Bass Strait islands keep on truckin'

    Nov 29, 2021
    Hydro Tasmania is meeting increased demand for new connections on King and Flinders islands by investing $1.3 million on two new crane trucks, which will arrive on the islands this Christmas.
  • Basslink voluntary administration

    Nov 12, 2021
    Hydro Tasmania is aware of the announcement by Keppel Infrastructure Trust and Basslink interconnector continues to operate through this process.
  • Delivering strong results and transforming for the future

    Oct 28, 2021
    Despite another challenging year with ongoing impacts from COVID-19, Hydro Tasmania has delivered significant achievements and a transformation of our business for the future, as outlined in our 2020-21 Annual Report tabled today in Parliament.