The Australian Renewable Energy Agency and TasNetworks will explore a more detailed feasibility and business case for a second Bass Strait interconnector connecting grids.
Basslink, operator of the undersea power and data cable between Tasmania and mainland Australia, has demanded that the Tasmanian government and its subsidiary Hydro Tasmania resume payments for the undersea cable that provides power and telecommunications from mainland Australia, claiming a recent six-month outage was a “force majeure” event (Act of God).
Basslink, operator of the undersea power and data cable between Tasmania and mainland Australia, says it has successfully pinpointed the fault location on the interconnector which has already put the cable out of action for more than three months. But it will likely not be up and running again until June.
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