Renewable energy

Tasmania is Australia’s leader in renewable energy and offers a compelling location for forward-thinking investors who either wish to invest in the renewable energy sector or achieve real sustainability targets through renewable energy use and generation. Tasmania is also open for business to new power retailers who can effectively add a new level of competition for consumers.

Tasmania has been a forerunner in the development of renewable energy generation with over 100 years of continued investment in renewable energy infrastructure and technology. Years of experience have helped Tasmania to develop an unmatched level of renewable energy skill and expertise among our engineers and technicians.  Tasmania is in the enviable position of having a supply of renewable energy that meets the vast majority of the State’s energy demands as well as providing a surplus for interstate export. This renewable energy is predominantly from Tasmania’s extensive hydro generation and storage schemes, but also with significant contributions from Tasmanian wind farms.

Granville Harbour Wind Farm

  • The proposed wind farm development consists of up to 33 wind turbine generators with a combined total maximum output of 99 megawatts. This project has full development approval.  

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