We are currently in the Design and Approvals Phase of the project.

During this stage we:

  • develop plans to outline how the transmission network will be developed the existing transmission networks and potential new transmission routes to increase network capacity and ensure the power system can accommodate future energy developments proposed for the region
  • undertake economic and regulatory analysis of the project
  • engage with landowners and the community to gather feedback that helps to further refine or confirm sectors of the propsed new and upgraded transmission corridors through online briefings and meetings, local community meetings, webinars and pre-arranged face-to-face sessions
  • conduct a range of surveys including cultural heritage, ecological and geotechnical surveys.
Engagement and community activity timeline

     

Supplementary Analysis Report released for Marinus

Today TasNetworks released the Marinus Link RIT-T Supplementary Analysis Report, the latest report in the Regulatory Investment…
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TasNetworks submits EPBCA referral for Staverton to Hampshire Hills Transmission Line

TasNetworks has submitted a referral under the Environmental Protection, Biodiversity and Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act)…
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Marinus Link project to share in $250 million in interconnector project funding

MEDIA RELEASE From Lance Balcombe, TasNetworks CEO TasNetworks welcomed the inclusion of Project Marinus as one…
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