North West energy projects
The West and North West region of Tasmania (the Cradle Coast) is rapidly emerging as a centre for this renewable energy development, with existing and new wind farms, and significant pumped hydro energy storage potential.
The Cradle Coast region is supported by nine local Councils, which together own the Cradle Coast Authority (CCA).
The CCA exists to help connect communities, business and government to work together for the good of the region. Its purpose is to boost regional growth and foster a more resilient economy to lift the living standards of all residents in the region.
Renewable energy has been identified by the CCA as a high value growth sector in the region. Advocating for the region as a centre of excellence for renewable energy is one of the CCA’s priority actions.
The CCA hosts the Future Energy Hub through a partnership between the CCA and the renewable energy industry.
Want to know more about the exciting potential? We’ve compiled a snapshot of renewable energy projects and where they’re up to. You can click through to more information on each project from the links in the table.
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