News - January, 2011

22 December 2011

Partner for Woolnorth wind farms announced

Hydro Tasmania today announced it will be partnering with a leading Chinese renewable energy investment business in the ownership, management and operation of its Woolnorth wind farms.
15 December 2011

Release of Panel’s report welcomed; central claim rejected

Hydro Tasmania has welcomed the release of the Expert Panel’s draft final report into the State’s electricity industry, but rejected the central claim that the wholesale market structur
13 December 2011

Lake Pedder Chalet re-opens to public

Hydro Tasmania today announced the re-opening of the Lake Pedder Chalet at Strathgordon to the general public.
6 December 2011

Work to start on $400m Musselroe wind farm

Construction of the 168 Megawatt (MW) Musselroe wind farm in north east Tasmania will begin this month.
1 December 2011

Cataract Gorge flow increased

Hydro Tasmania today increased the base environmental flow through the Cataract Gorge in Launceston.
11 November 2011

Minister announces Hydro Tasmania’s Mersey-Forth rivers management review

The Minister for Energy and Resources Bryan Green today launched a review to help ensure the sustainability of water and land use activities in the Mersey and Forth rivers as part of an assessment
26 October 2011

King Island Renewable Energy Integration Program Website is Launched

Hydro Tasmania has launched a website for the King Island Renewable Energy Integration Program (KIREIP).
12 October 2011

Hydro Tasmania welcomes IHA for world first

Hydro Tasmania has hosted a contingent of international visitors to conduct a world first sustainability assessment of the Trevallyn Power Station.
22 September 2011

Increased profit demonstrates business value to State

Please note: Hydro Tasmania's annual report, including a detailed Financial Report, will be tabled in the Tasmanian Parliament in October.
5 September 2011

Hydro Tasmania Proceeds to Next Stage in Wind Development Model

Hydro Tasmania is progressing to the next stage of its wind development model by seeking private sector interest in part ownership of its Tasmanian wind farm assets.