Join our online public information session to hear about our proposed approach for how best to plan and develop Victoria’s electricity grid and Renewable Energy Zones (REZs) as we transition from coal-fired power to renewable energy.
About this event
REZs are areas rich in renewable resources, such as wind, solar and water, which are well-placed to develop large scale generation to enable the state to transition away from coal-fired power to renewable energy.
The Victorian Government has recently released the Victorian Transmission Investment Framework (VTIF) consultation paper and summary for communities. This preliminary framework sets out a proposed approach for developing REZs that enables timely co-ordination of investment in transmission, generation, and storage infrastructure. The approach seeks to better integrate land use considerations, environmental impacts, and community views into the planning process.
Join this online session to:
• Hear an overview of the preliminary framework
• Ask questions about the preliminary framework
• Ask questions about the development of REZs more broadly.
We are interested to hear your views and questions about the preliminary framework.
How to join the forum
Please register for this event – you will be sent a link to the event (held via Zoom).
Select Click here to join the meeting in your meeting invite to be taken to a page where you can choose to either join on the web or download the desktop app. If you already have the Zoom app, the meeting will open there automatically.
The information session will be recorded to ensure accurate reporting of the outcomes of the public consultation process. This means any statement, comment or question you make will be included in the recording.