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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2006  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 14/11/2003   
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Contents >> Manufacturing and Energy >> Energy >> Structure of Tasmania's electricity suppliers

As a result of National Competition Policy, on 1 July 1998 the Hydro Electric Commission (HEC), a government enterprise, was split into three separate entities, each with a discrete area of responsibility. The three entities are:

  • Hydro-Electric Corporation (trading as Hydro Tasmania)
  • Transend Networks Pty Ltd
  • Aurora Energy Pty Ltd.

Hydro Tasmania is responsible for the generation of electricity in Tasmania with 27 hydro, one thermal and two diesel power stations and wind farms (source: http://www.hydro.com.au).

Transend Networks Pty Ltd owns and operates the electricity transmission system in Tasmania and is responsible for the transmission of electricity between power stations and the local distribution network (source: http://www.transend.com.au).

Aurora Energy is responsible for the distribution and retailing of electricity to the end user in Tasmania (source:http://www.auroraenergy.com.au).

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