News

1 September 2016

Protecting Tasmania’s interests

Hydro Tasmania’s response to the 2015-16 energy supply challenge protected Tasmania’s energy security while avoiding higher costs for Tasmanians in the future.
29 August 2016

Tasmanian Irrigation water management system a finalist for Australian Engineering Excellence Awards

Tasmanian Irrigation’s Meander Dam integrated water management system has been selected as a finalist for the Australian Engineering Excellence Awards (AEEA) Tasmania 2016.
26 August 2016

Minor oil spill near Trevallyn Power Station

Hydro Tasmania has taken steps to contain a small oil spill downstream of the Trevallyn Power Station.
17 August 2016

Entura appoints Principal Consultant Water Management and Technology

Specialist power and water consulting firm Entura has appointed David Fuller to the newly created role of Principal Consultant Water Management and Technology, based in its Melbourne office, in Aus
15 August 2016

Public Accounts Committee

Hydro Tasmania has taken the opportunity to address and correct commentary provided in evidence to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) and in media since the last hearing.
11 August 2016

Entura to deliver data management solution to Australia’s oldest irrigation scheme

Specialist power and water consulting firm Entura has been engaged by The Renmark Irrigation Trust (RIT) to deliver telemetry technology that will enable better data collection and management from
5 August 2016

Public Accounts Committee hearing

Hydro Tasmania has a responsibility to protect Tasmanian taxpayers in its commercial negotiations.
29 July 2016

Analysis shows no impact from cloud seeding flight

Analysis of data from a cloud seeding flight undertaken on 5 June 2016 shows the operation had no measurable impact on rainfall on that day.
28 July 2016

Avoid King River below Crotty Dam and Lake Burbury

Hydro Tasmania advises that people should avoid entering the King River below Crotty Dam with immediate effect.
27 July 2016

Lake Pedder set for rare spill event

Lake Pedder is expected to reach its full water level and spill later today, for the first time since November 1988.