Climate and energy

We recognise that climate change is a significant global issue that will be experienced at a local level, and see it as our role to assist the community to begin to adapt to climate hazards and risks and reduce their carbon footprints.

The City of Hobart is committed to finding practical and effective ways to address climate change issues and improve energy use within the Hobart municipal area. It is also working collaboratively with southern Tasmanian councils to share knowledge, act to minimises potential risks, reduce emissions and take advantage of the opportunities that arise out of changes in the climate.

City of Hobart solar energy systems

The City of Hobart has installed solar energy systems in a number of locations around Hobart. You can view the online Sunny Portal dashboard, which shows the energy generated by each of the systems, by clicking on the link below.

Bushlands Operations Depot

Clearys Gates

Doone Kennedy Hobart Aquatic Centre 100kW system  

Doone Kennedy Hobart Aquatic Centre 300kW system 

City Hall 

Mathers House  

Mornington Regional Nursery  

North Hobart Oval  

McRobies Gully Waste Management Centre  

 

External websites

Tasmanian Climate Change Office
Climate Futures for Tasmania
Local Government Area Climate Profiles
Australian Government Adapting to Climate Change CSIRO
Overview of Climate Change Adaptation

Southern Tasmanian Councils Authority