In February 2019, TasNetworks published its Initial Feasibility Report for Project Marinus, which considers the feasibility of Marinus Link in relation to the technical, environmental, planning and economic elements of the project. 

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Project Timeline

February 1st, 2019

A major milestone is approaching with the launch of our Initial Feasibility Report in February 2019.  This report conveys the findings of the analysis undertaken so far covering technical, environmental, planning and economic matters. In 2019, we will be engaging with the communities in Victoria and Tasmania via a number of public forums to provide more information and seek feedback on Project Marinus ahead of our Business Case Assessment report, in December 2019.

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A 1500 MW Marinus Link is technically feasible and delivers greatest benefits

Media Release – From Lance Balcombe – TasNetworks CEO “The technical and economic analysis of Marinus Link and supporting transmission…
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Submissions to the Initial Feasibility Report

In February 2019, TasNetworks published its Initial Feasibility Report for Project Marinus, which considers the feasibility of Marinus Link in…
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Prime Minister commits $56 million to Marinus Link progress

TasNetworks has released its Initial Feasibility Report considering a second Bass Strait electricity interconnector, Marinus Link. This is the first…
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