The Cradle Coast Future Energy Hub is your connection point to Tasmania’s renewable energy future, showcasing the region’s future energy potential and what it could mean for the North West, and the state.
We recognise that under current restrictions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, our ability to connect with you directly in the Burnie Hub office is now limited.
To ensure you can stay connected with what’s happening with renewable energy development, check in with our online resources and get in touch by phone or email.
We look forward to helping you with your questions or concerns and providing information on what’s ahead.
Future Energy Hub
Hydro Tasmania / Battery of the Nation
TasNetworks / Marinus Link
Granville Harbour Wind Farm
Tassie energy fast facts
- Tasmania is on track to become 100% self-sufficient in renewables by 2022
- Tasmania now has a new renewable energy target – 200% of current needs by 2040
Tasmania is in the path of the Roaring Forties, winds that blow at consistently high wind speeds and are a fantastic wind resource!