Goldwind Australia is a leading renewable energy solutions provider, having installed and operating more than 1.5 GW of renewable energy across Australia. Goldwind established in Australia in 2009 to deliver solutions to the Australian and New Zealand renewable energy markets. With “innovating for a brighter tomorrow” as our mission, Goldwind is a trusted strategic partner in clean energy, contributing over 105 GW of sustainable energy solutions globally. Goldwind operates on 6 continents in 38 countries and has more than 10,000 employees.


TasNetworks is a State-owned Corporation that owns, operates and maintains the electricity transmission and distribution networks in Tasmania and provides safe, affordable and reliable electricity supply to more than 295,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers.

As a key link between electricity generators and electricity consumers, TasNetworks sits at the heart of the energy system, running the Tasmanian electricity network safely and efficiently while enabling and accelerating progress towards Tasmania’s energy future.


Hydro Tasmania is Australia’s largest generator of clean renewable energy and largest water manager, wholly owned by the State Government of Tasmania. Leading Australia’s clean energy innovation, they have built 54 major dams, 30 hydropower stations and two major wind farms. Hydro Tasmania also generates energy using world-leading hybrid technology (incorporating wind and solar generation) on King and Flinders islands.

Hydro Tasmania’s retail business, Momentum Energy, is a leading supplier of energy solutions to business customers and residential markets across Australia. The consulting business, Entura, delivers clever solutions in water and energy to clients locally, nationally and internationally.


A member of the CIMIC Group, CPB Contractors is Australia’s largest construction company with over 90 years’ experience delivering the most complex projects across energy, roads, rail, tunnelling, defence, building, and resources infrastructure. Working collaboratively with clients and partners, our projects play a key role in urban and rural development, help drive economic growth and provide vital long-term infrastructure. As an industry partner, we are focused on leveraging the expertise of our people, our problem-solving capability and trusted project delivery experience to respond to Australia’s renewable infrastructure needs.


Marinus Link is a proposed underground and undersea electricity and data cable that will further connect Tasmania and Victoria.

It will enable the greater flow of electricity in both directions between the two states, delivering low-cost, reliable and clean energy for customers in the National Electricity Market (NEM). It will have a 1500-megawatt (MW) capacity, equal to the power supply for 1.5 million Australian homes.

In October 2022, the Australian, Tasmanian and Victorian Governments entered an historic agreement for joint ownership of Marinus Link, securing it as a critical transmission project for the nation.


Bell Bay Aluminium located just south of George Town near the mouth of the Tamar River, holds a unique place in Tasmanian history as the first aluminium smelter built in the southern hemisphere, commencing production on 23 September 1955.

A wholly owned subsidiary of Rio Tinto Limited, the smelter produces primary aluminium in the form of ingot, block, and T-bar, cast to customer requirements, either as pure aluminium or aluminium alloys. Some hot metal is sold directly to Kymera International at Bell Bay to produce aluminium powders and pastes.

Approximately 80% of BBA’s metal is exported, predominantly to Southeast Asia.


Hazell Bros is a fully Australian owned business based in Tasmania and operating Australia-wide with satellite businesses in Queensland and South Australia. Founded in 1944 and still owned and operated by the founding family, the business has now grown to employ some 800 people.

Hazell Bros operates a vertically integrated business model consisting of Quarries, Concrete, Civil Construction and Industrial and Asset Services which allows us to provide end to end solutions for our infrastructure clients.

Hazell Bros has delivered the civil and concrete aspects of the Studland Bay, Musselroe Bay and Cattle Hill windfarms in Tasmania and the Bald Hills windfarm in Victoria.


At the University of Tasmania, we are conducting research, advising industry, and producing engineering graduates to address the most pressing challenges facing Tasmania and the world.


Granville Harbour Wind Farm is located on a remote beef cattle farm near Zeehan on the West Coast of Tasmania.

The wind farm’s 31 latest-technology Vestas turbines can generate up to 112 megawatts of renewable energy – enough to power almost every household in the North West of Tasmania.

When commissioned in 2020, the clean power output from Granville Harbour Wind Farm helped Tasmania achieve its goal to become 100 percent self-sufficient in renewable energy.