Tasmanian Renewable Energy Action Plan
We’ve already met our 2022 target of 100 per cent self-sufficiency in renewable energy production, making us one of only a handful of places around the world to have achieved this. While our first-class wind resources and extensive hydroelectricity schemes have helped us get there, we’re not resting on our laurels.
In November 2020, the Government legislated a new Tasmania Renewable Energy Target. This ambitious goal aims to increase the state’s renewable energy output by 200 per cent based on 2022’s renewable energy figures. So, in 2040, Tasmania will produce twice as much clean power as we do in 2022.
To grow our renewable energy sector sustainably over the next 20 years, the Government has set out its vision and suite of actions in the Tasmanian Renewable Energy Action Plan and Tasmanian Renewable Hydrogen Action Plan. We encourage you to read them.
- Aurora Energy
- Australian Ocean Energy Group
- Bioenergy Australia
- Blue Economy Cooperative Research Centre
- Business Northwest
- Caitlin JACKSON
- CEPU Tasmania
- Clean Energy Council
- Climate Tasmania
- Cradle Coast Authority
- Dave YETMAN
- Hydro Tasmania
- John HARDERS
- Julie HARGREAVES
- Kentish Council
- Launceston Chamber of Commerce
- Mornington Park Waste Transfer Station
- National Wind Farm Commissioner
- Nietta Action Group
- Regional Development Australia
- Tas Gas
- Tas Networks
- Tasmanian Gas Pipeline
- Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Energy Council
- Tasmanian Renewable Energy Alliance Inc.
- University of Tasmania
- UPC AC Renewables
- World Wide Fund