Edition 1
Dec. 2018

The Spill

Welcome to The Spill, Hydro Tasmania’s quarterly e-newsletter, where we will be sharing all our latest news and information – everything from turbines to trout.

Thank you to everyone who has talked with us over the last few months at our Battery of the Nation information sessions, Chairman’s industry briefings and at our Power Station Open Days, or who have stopped by our booths at Bushfest and the Liawenee Open Day and signed up to hear more from us.

We’re really excited to be sharing more stories from across our business and we want to make sure we are providing you with the information you are interested in.

Do you want to know more about our community program or how we are protecting our heritage? Are you interested in getting outdoors and want to know where the best camp sites are? Have you been hearing about pumped hydro in the news and want to know what it’s all about?

Please let us know what spins your turbine.

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Cluny gets a little work done

No not that Clooney. Our Cluny is about 30m tall, largely made of concrete and surprisingly about six years younger - Read more

The eel deal

Eels get a pretty bad rap! They’re known for being slimy… and not particularly good-looking. Some say eels are just a little bit too snake like……but eels are remarkable creatures.

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Powering grassroots football

We have a long, proud history as a football state. We are committed to powering the development of football from the ground up and we’ve sponsored the Tasmanian Football Foundation’s Coaching Mentor Network.

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Battery of the Nation

Battery of the Nation is about locking in our island's energy security and giving Tasmanians the lowest possible power prices. It offers a future that's clean, reliable and affordable.

Generation Hydro

Welcome to our new education and outreach program. We provide a variety of ways for students, teachers and parents to learn about renewable energy - book a class talk or power station tour, or download our teaching resources.

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Quick links

Lake levels

Planning a boating or fishing trip? Decisions to make? We want you to be safe, so make the most of your trip and find up-to-date information on our 40 different waterways. 

Things to do

Enjoy boating, fishing, water-skiing and camping in spectacular wilderness when you visit our land and waterways. Experience the history of hydropower and learn about Tasmania's significant industrial heritage at our visitor attractions. 

Work with us

Join Australia's leading clean energy business and tap into a world of exciting challenges and opportunities, both in Australia and overseas. 


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