News

13 July 2005

Public meeting called for Great Lake anglers

Hydro Tasmania, Marine and Safety Tasmania (MAST) and the Inland Fisheries Service are working together to identify possible boat access to Great Lake for anglers.
27 June 2005

Winter chill brings new power generation peak

A record peak in power generation was recorded in Tasmania today at 8.20am.
10 June 2005

Hydro Tasmania addresses residents concerns about power line

Residents in the Burnie suburbs of Shorewell Park and Acton should not be concerned about increases in electromagnetic fields (EMFs) from Hydro Tasmania’s new 100kV power line, which is to be
2 June 2005

Renewable energy essential in preventing Greenhouse impacts

The renewable energy industry has a fundamental role in combating and preventing the devastating consequences of greenhouse gases,” Hydro Tasmania Chair Dr David Crean said today.
24 May 2005

Hydro Tasmania looks to China for renewable energy developments

Hydro Tasmania and representatives from Chinese energy company Datang will today sign a cooperative agreement to investigate opportunities to develop renewable energy projects in China.
13 May 2005

Cathedral Rocks Wind Farm generating into the SA grid

Significant progress has been achieved at the Cathedral Rocks Wind Farm in recent weeks.
27 April 2005

Bell Bay Power Station supplements hydro system through dry autumn

Hydro Tasmania is exercising prudent management of the State’s power system to ensure a secure power supply during a particularly dry autumn.
26 April 2005

Milestone reached in Musselroe Wind Farm approval

Hydro Tasmania has reached a milestone in the approval of the Musselroe Wind Farm through an agreement with Birds Tasmania.
15 April 2005

Woolnorth Bluff Point Wind Farm project finance agreed

Hydro Tasmania has announced today that the National Australia Bank has project financed its wind farm at Woolnorth in North West Tasmania for more than $80 million.
23 March 2005

Hydro Tasmania puts a runner where its money is

Three Peaks Race naming rights sponsor, Hydro Tasmania, is putting more than cash into this year’s race with one of its employees stepping up to the line as a team runner.