Hydro Tasmania – a Renewable Energy Business

Information verified correct on December 5th, 2016

Hydro TasmaniaWith over 100 years of history and a wealth of experience, Hydro Tasmania is an industry leader in hydroelectric power.

Hydro Tasmania is the largest producer of renewable energy in Australia, offering power services throughout the country from their network of gas power stations, wind farms, and of course, hydroelectric dams. If it’s important to you that your energy comes from environmentally friendly sources, then keep reading to see what Hydro Tasmania has to offer.

Who is Hydro Tasmania?

Originally formed in 1914 by the State Government of Tasmania, the Hydro-Electric Department — as it was then known — opened its first hydroelectric dam the same year. Since then it has continued to add to its portfolio of renewable power stations, though it has at time come under criticism by environmental groups for ruined natural waterways. Today they work hard to balance their reputation in their community by managing recreational sites and taking part in numerous community outreach programmes.


Could you switch to Hydro Tasmania?

No. Hydro Tasmania specialises in power generation, and does not actually retail the electricity itself. But if you would like your home powered by hydro, then check out our review of Aurora Energy, they’re the retail arm of Hydro Tasmania and provide a range of energy services to homes and business.

Pros and cons of Hydro Tasmania deals:
Pros
  • Renewable energy — Hydro is a clean, green way to create energy, and Hydro Tasmania is at the forefront of this technology. They operate over 30 hydroelectric dams and three wind farms in the state.
  • Community — Hydro Tasmania are proud members of their community and do a lot of good works across the state.
Cons
  • No retail — Hydro Tasmania don’t sell or supply electricity themselves, for that you’ll have to visit their retail arm, Aurora Energy.
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How to switch to Hydro Tasmania

It is not possible to switch to Hydro Tasmania, as they don’t retail energy themselves. But follow the link below to Aurora Energy, their retail division, and you’ll find plenty more information about switching to hydroelectric power.

Follow this link to be taken directly there: Aurora Energy.

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