On Wednesday 28 June, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Deputy Premier John Barilaro and Parliamentary Secretary Bronnie Taylor visited SMEC's Cooma office.
On Wednesday 28 June, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Deputy Premier John Barilaro and Parliamentary Secretary Bronnie Taylor visited SMEC's Cooma office ahead of investigative drilling commencing for Snowy 2.0.
The Prime Minister, Deputy Premier and Parliamentary Secretary's visit was also an opportunity for Snowy Hydro and SMEC to bring together their local project teams to celebrate the reopening of the SMEC office in Cooma.
SMEC's CEO Andy Goodwin said the reopening of their Cooma office and work on the Snowy 2.0 feasibility study will continue to generate economic activity in the region. “It’s great to be working on such an iconic hydropower project with Snowy Hydro that reflects on our namesake and history.”
The Snowy 2.0 Feasibility Study will be completed by the end of this year
Full media release here.
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