News

4 November 2016

Entura appointed to support wind development in Sri Lanka

Specialist power and water consulting firm Entura has been appointed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to support Ceylon Electricity Board’s (CEB) wind development activities in Sri Lanka&r
27 October 2016

Hydro Tasmania financially strong despite energy supply challenge

Hydro Tasmania will rebound strongly from a challenging 2015/16 by rebuilding storages, restoring profitability and reducing debt.
5 October 2016

Hydro heritage and engineering up close

Tasmanians are keenly embracing the opportunity to see some of the state’s biggest hydropower assets up close this month.
29 September 2016

Entura completes Suma Park Dam upgrade in NSW

Specialist power and water consulting firm Entura has recently completed the Suma Park Dam upgrade in New South Wales, Australia, after developing an innovative solution to increase the height of t
28 September 2016

Taskforce process welcomed

Hydro Tasmania welcomes the evidence-based approach taken by the Tasmanian Energy Security Taskforce.
19 September 2016

Opinion: Move along, nothing to see here

I LEAD the team that manages Hydro Tasmania’s iconic hydro-power assets.
12 September 2016

Secure future for hydropower assets

Hydro Tasmania is well placed to address the risks identified in its 2016 Asset Management Plan and continue expanding its hydropower capacity.
9 September 2016

Entura and Tasmanian Irrigation win Australian Engineering Excellence Awards

Specialist power and water consulting firm Entura and Tasmanian Irrigation won the Australian Engineering Excellence Awards (AEEA) Tasmania 2016 in the category ‘Control Systems, Networks, In
9 September 2016

Night of recognition for innovative excellence

The innovation and skill of people from Hydro Tasmania and Entura has been recognised at the Australian Engineering Excellence Awards (AEEA) Tasmania 2016.
5 September 2016

Chanju-I hydropower project set to commence operations

I A Energy and specialist power and water consulting firm Entura today announced the conclusion of the 36 MW Chanju-I run-of-river hydropower project in Chamba, Himachal Pradesh, India.