Trustpower is committed to sustainable power generation through renewable resources. We have 38 hydro stations throughout New Zealand, which makes Trustpower one of New Zealand’s leading renewable energy providers. www.trustpower.co.nz
Meridian and Powershop
Meridian and its online subsidiary Powershop retail electricity to more than 376,000 connections – homes, farms and businesses throughout New Zealand and Australia. Meridian owns and operates ten hydro stations − six within the Waitaki Hydro Scheme, Manapouri and three in Australia − and seven wind farms in New Zealand and Australia.
A CLEANER ENERGY SUPPLY FOR QUEENSLAND
We will seek to build renewable developments, firming generation, and transmission in the most efficient way.
We will harness Queensland’s potential to take products like minerals, metals and manufactured goods to increasingly carbon-conscious global markets.
We will bring more competition. And more tailored solutions, to support our commercial and industrial customers. The industries and employers of today as well as tomorrow.
We will build a bridge between the economy of today and the economy of the future.
Our ambition is to ensure that Queensland translates the advantages in its bountiful renewable resources – sun, wind and water – into globally competitive energy costs.
Snowy Hydro Limited
Snowy Hydro Limited provides a complex array of financial hedge and insurance products to participants in the Australian National Electricity Market (NEM). Snowy Hydro is the leading provider of peak, renewable electricity to the Australian National Electricity Market and is a fully integrated Australian energy business with an excellent track record in financial performance, engineering innovation, workplace culture and business practices. Snowy Hydro currently employs over 650 personnel in Cooma, Jindabyne, Talbingo, Khancoban, Cabramurra, La Trobe Valley, Newcastle, Sydney and Melbourne. snowyhydro.com.au
We employ more than 1100 people, including almost 750 Tasmanians. Our people are diverse, skilled, and passionate about a clean energy future for Tasmania and Australia. We support the ambitions of young Tasmanians through our graduate program, apprenticeships and internships.
Every year, we produce about 9000 gigawatt hours of clean electricity from hydropower – enough to power about 900,000 Australian homes and small businesses. We also generate from wind and gas. Our system has a total capacity of more than 2600 megawatts and includes 30 power stations and more than 50 major dams. hydro.com.au
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