Marinus Link Route Options Report Overview

December 23rd, 2020

Category: News

The Route Options Report Overview describes the proposed route for Marinus Link including the location of the converter station site in Tasmania.

TasNetworks is pleased to have reached agreement with the Burnie City Council to purchase the Old Tioxide Site in Heybridge as a potential site for the Tasmanian Converter Stations for Marinus Link.

Both Governments have also agreed to continue to support Hydro Tasmania’s  Battery of the Nation initiative and TasNetworks welcomes the news that Lake Cethana is the preferred Pumped Hydro Energy Storage site to progress as part of a final feasibility assessment.

View more information on the Route Options Report Overview.

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