ENERGY is expected to again dominate State Parliament on Wednesday.
Energy Minister Matthew Groom delivered a ministerial statement to Parliament on Tuesday night, outlining a plan to future proof Tasmania's power needs.
It includes a high powered taskforce to review key energy decisions, and increasing gas generation.
Premier Will Hodgman will also deliver the 2016 State of the State address to Parliament.
In the speech, Mr Hodgman will announce $250,000 in funding for a study on the impact of climate change on Tasmania's wilderness.
Question Time was postponed six hours on Tuesday so MPs could debate a historic no confidence motion in Speaker Elise Archer.
The Labor motion was voted down by Liberal MPs.
Opposition Leader Bryan Green said Ms Archer failed to manage a conflict of interest relating to the Damien Mantach affair.