It’s a project that will deliver a new solar array and battery energy storage system (BESS) on an island off the east coast of Tasmania, and the first contract has now been signed.
A $75 million funding increase is set to move forward a $4 billion project that will see the construction of a second interconnector across Bass Strait.
Site preparation works have commenced on an $88 million Bass Strait mining project, and the head of the project has walked Projectory through what this means and the next steps.
A key contract has been awarded on a $4 billion project that will see the construction of a second interconnector across Bass Strait.
Proponents of a tungsten mine in Bass Strait have been determined not to let COVID-19 prevent them from taking advantage of an historically favourable global market – and, as the project’s director told Projectory, thanks to the securing of funding it’s go, go, go.
It’s full steam ahead for Australia’s first offshore wind farm estimated to have an end cost of around $10 billion, and the proponents has taken Projectory through the latest milestone, the narrowing down to three potential easements for underground cables.
All approvals have been granted, and the head of a proposed King Island tungsten mining project has told Projectory that come the first of October, everything is expected to be “project ready”.
The project manager of a $20 million renewable energy project on a Bass Strait island has told Projectory that the project will soon be kicked off, following the signing of a slew of contracts.
The project manager of a King Island tungsten project has given Projectory an update on the progress of the project, which aims to reopen two mines.
The project manager of a stagnant Tasmanian open cut tungsten mine has told Projectory that the company has begun conducting feasibility studies to determine whether mining will resume operations.