Hydro Tasmania cancels King Island wind farm project

MARK COLVIN: A $2 billion wind farm project for Tasmania's King Island has been cancelled, after the state-owned power generator said it was not economically viable. If it had gone ahead, the project would have generated 600 megawatts of electricity with 200 turbines, supplying the national energy market via an under-water high-voltage cable.

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