Our current projects
The projects we undertake strengthen our electricity network to ensure we can meet your needs now and into the future.
We review the electricity network every year to identify constraints and emerging issues. This strategic review is published as our Annual Planning Report, which highlights where development or changes in the network may be required to maintain system security, quality and reliability.
Regulatory investment test for distribution (RIT-D) projects
|Name||Description||Final Project Assessment Report|
|Extending distribution network operational capability||To ensure power system security and to continue to meet customer expectations around the quality and reliability of electricity supply, we’ve identified the need to enhance our distribution control system capability. We propose to do so via the implementation of a distribution management system.||
Published 5 January 2021
|From the date the Final Project Assessment Report is published, any party has 30 days to submit a dispute to the Australian Energy Regulator. Information on how to lodge a dispute can be found on the Australian Energy Regulator Website.|
Regulatory investment test for transmission (RIT-T) projects
|Name||Description||Scheduled completion date|
|Project Marinus - Second interconnector assessment||
With support from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, we are assessing the viability of further interconnection between Tasmania and the rest of the National Energy Market. We released our Project Specification Consultation Report (PDF) and summary (PDF) for public consultation in July 2018 and submissions closed in October 2018. These submissions are available on the Project Marinus website. We also published an additional report, outside of the RIT-T process, in February 2019: the Initial Feasibility Report. This report, and submissions we received in response, are available on the Project Marinus website. In December 2019 we published the Project Assessment Draft Report (PDF) and summary (PDF). We also published a Business Case Assessment Report (PDF) and summary (PDF) which covers items beyond the scope of the RIT-T. Submissions to the Project Assessment Draft Report closed in April 2020.