AGL Energy Services Pty Ltd (licence expired 30 January 2016 and was not renewed due to generation capacity being less than 5MW)
Alinta Energy (Tamar Valley) Pty Ltd
Aurora Energy (Tamar Valley) Pty Ltd
Bell Bay Power Pty Ltd
Blowing in the Wind Pty Ltd
Cascade Renewable Energy Pty Ltd (licence expired 24 May 2017 and was not renewed due to generation capacity being less than 5MW)
Energy Equipment Pty Ltd (licence transferred to Green Pacific Energy Bell Bay Pty Ltd 29 March 2004)
Green Pacific Energy Bell Bay Pty Ltd (Licence transferred from Energy Equipment Pty Ltd)
Launceston General Hospital
LMS Energy Pty Ltd (formerly known as LMS Generation Pty Ltd)
Musselroe Wind Farm Pty Ltd
Paper Australia Pty Ltd
Simplot Australia Pty Ltd
Tasmanian Irrigation Pty Ltd (Rivers and Water Supply Commission ,Tasmanian Irrigation Schemes Pty Ltd)
Woolnorth Bluff Point Wind Farm Pty Ltd (formerly Roaring 40's Wind Pty Ltd)
Woolnorth Studland Bay Wind Farm Pty Ltd
The Hydro-Electric Corporation (now Hydro Tasmania) was the holder of a presumptive licence under the Electricity Supply Industry Restructuring (Savings and Transitional Provisions) Act 1995 for conducting:
- generation, transmission, distribution and retailing operations on mainland Tasmania; and
- generation, distribution, and retailing operations on the Bass Strait Islands.
In January 1997, Hydro Tasmania made a licence application for conducting these operations. Consequently, Hydro Tasmania's presumptive licence would continue until such time as a licence for these operations was issued to the company.
It is noted that following the disaggregation of Hydro-Electric Corporation, licences for transmission, distribution and retailing operations on mainland Tasmania were later granted to Transend Networks and Aurora Energy respectively.
In the meantime, Hydro Tasmania entered an interim agreement with the Regulator in 1999 concerning the relevant operations.
In 2004, Hydro Tasmania submitted another licence application relating only to its generation operations on mainland Tasmania. The Regulator granted a generation licence in accordance with the application and published a report detailing the process and the reasons for the decision.
Hydro Tasmania's presumptive licence was for its operations on the Bass Strait Islands continued to operate until a licence was issued by the Regulator in August 2013.