Tassie to become first state to formally legislate a net zero target for 2030, and will ramp-up support for low emission industry, including green hydrogen.
Fortescue signs exclusive agreement with TasPorts to lock in a Bell Bay location for its massive 250MW green hydrogen project.
Tasmanian government signs MoU with Woodside to support 10MW electrolyser project, to deliver blended hydrogen in main gas network.
Tasmanian government unveils final “action plan” for 200% renewables by 2040, including new push to promote and develop its ocean and tidal energy resources.
Morrison steps in to provide $94 million to co-fund development of the Marinus Link undersea cable, as part of a deal struck with the Tasmanian government.
Last of 31 turbines completed at Tasmania’s 112MW Granville Harbour wind farm, a project that promises to deliver a one-third increase to state’s total wind power capacity.
Two EV owners in Tasmania pushing boundaries of off-grid living, powering not only their home in pristine southern Tasmania but also their EVs from the sun and their own seasonal creek.
An application for a new, 5MW solar farm proposed for George Town in Tasmania’s north, has been submitted to the local council.
Tasmania Liberal government says it will release a new Renewable Energy Action Plan in April, to chart the path to updated target of 200% renewables generation by 2040.
Tasmania eyes renewable hydrogen exports within a decade with $50 million, 10-year renewable hydrogen action plan.