Key energy proponents discussed the state's future at a breakfast forum on Thursday

Ebony Abblitt
By Ebony Abblitt
Updated December 17 2020 - 4:42am, first published 4:02am
Future planning: Michael Dolan from Fortescue Minerals, Ben Maynard from Grange Resources, Felicity Underhill from Origin Energy, Michael van Baarle from ABEL Energy, Tim Conroy from Woodside Energy at the breakfast. Picture: Paul Scambler

From humble beginnings nearly 130 years ago when Launceston became the first city in the country to have street lighting powered by renewable energy to today, where the state is 100 per cent self-sufficient - Tasmania has long been a clean energy powerhouse.

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Ebony Abblitt

Ebony Abblitt

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Ebony Abblitt is a features writer at the Examiner in Launceston, with an interest in pets, politics and people. | ebony.abblitt@examiner.com.au