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ReNu’s first ‘tangible’ hydrogen project announced for Tasmania

A green hydrogen production facility planned for Brighton, Tasmania, is progressing with its developer, Countrywide Renewable Hydrogen, owned by ReNu Energy, announcing it has an option to lease its identified site and has drawn up a term sheet with a local contractor.

AEMO to restore national energy market

The market operator today announced a “staged” return to the national energy market’s normal operations as 4000 MW of generation capacity comes back into operation.

AEMO says it has not suspended project commissioning but testing and resources limited amid crisis

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) says it has not suspended solar and wind project commissioning, though it noted the schedules for some projects have been adjusted because of the ongoing energy supply crisis.

Tasmania seeks investor interest to help shape state’s first REZ

The Tasmanian government is calling for registrations of interest from developers of new large-scale renewable generators and energy storage projects, and existing and proposed energy intensive load projects to participate in shaping the state’s first renewable energy zone.

BREAKING: AEMO suspends spot market in all eastern states

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) this afternoon suspended the electricity wholesale spot market in all five of the participating National Electricity Market states, saying it has become “impossible” to operate.

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Brisbane-based green hydrogen company wants to get its projects off the ground with ground-level crowdfunding

Brisbane-based Line Hydrogen is seeking $2 million in crowdfunding investment from Australians who want to contribute to the green energy revolution at the ground level by getting its Tasmanian and Queensland green hydrogen projects off the ground.

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Brisbane startup aims to have green hydrogen plant in Bell Bay Tasmania producing by January

Queensland-based company Line Hydrogen is launching its inaugural $100 million green hydrogen project in the growing hub of Bell Bay in Tasmania’s north. With a solar offtake agreement in place, the startup is aiming to be in production within a year.

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Tasmanian installer convicted and two agents suspended following Regulator’s investigations

A Tasmanian solar installer has been prosecuted for providing a false signature on a certificate form after being investigated by the Clean Energy Regulator. The Regulator has this month also suspended the registration of two solar agents, one permanently.

Major marine survey launched for proposed $3.5 billion transmission project

The proposed 1.5 GW Marinus Link transmission project, which would link Tasmania and the Australian mainland via an undersea electricity interconnector, has reached another milestone with the launch of a new engineering survey which aims to identify the most suitable corridor for the cables.

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Basslink enters voluntary administration amid legal dispute

The companies that own and operate the Basslink undersea power cable linking Tasmania and Victoria have entered voluntary administration amid a legal dispute with the Tasmania government over an outage that occurred six years ago.

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