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Appendix 3Y – Change of Director’s Interest Notice - Mr Tan Chee Meng

Last modified: 18 May 2018

Appendix 3Y – Change of Director’s Interest Notice Notice, for Mr Tan Chee Meng.

Goldwind’s Stockyard Hill Wind Farm

Last modified: 16 May 2018

AusNet Services announced that it has been contracted today by Goldwind and AEMO to build, own and operate the transmission connection assets for the Stockyard Hill Wind Farm (SHWF). A new 132kV
transmission line will run approximately 70 kilometres south of the SHWF to a new Terminal Station in Haunted Gully, near Lismore.

AusNet Services to develop $140M Terminal Station and Transmission Line for Goldwind’s Stockyard Hill Wind Farm

Last modified: 16 May 2018

AusNet Services to develop $140M Terminal Station and Transmission Line for Goldwind’s Stockyard Hill Wind Farm

AusNet Services Successfully Prices A$200M of Bonds

Last modified: 15 May 2018

AusNet Services Successfully Prices A$200M of Bonds

Results for Announcement to the Market Year Ended 31 March 2018

Last modified: 14 May 2018

AusNet Services Results for Announcement to the Market Year Ended 31 March 2018

Notification of dividend distribution

Last modified: 14 May 2018

Notification of dividend distribution

AusNet Services Full Year 2018 Results Release and Investor Presentation

Last modified: 14 May 2018

AusNet Services Full Year 2018 Results Release and Investor Presentation

Financial Report for Year Ended 31 March 2018 - Correction

Last modified: 14 May 2018


Financial Report for Year Ended 31 March 2018 - Correction

Our Industry

Last modified: 11 May 2018

AusNet Services is an Australian energy delivery services business, owning and operating approximately A$11 billion of electricity and gas network assets and is a key player in the energy supply chain.
Through our industry association, the Energy Networks Association (ENA), we actively engage with critical issues about the future of energy in Australia.

Melbourne next stop in world’s biggest energy start-up prize

Last modified: 8 May 2018

Melbourne welcomes 15 start-up finalists this week to compete for USD$200,000 prize in the 2018 Free Electrons program as they seek to revolutionise the way we use energy in the future. Ten international utility companies, including AusNet Services, have selected the final 15 start-ups from over 500 applications. The finalists represent some of the world’s most innovative minds in the energy sector and are further evidence of a rapidly evolving industry. Pioneering new technologies in areas such as smart grids, customer solutions, Internet of Things (IoT), digitisation, clean energy and energy efficiency will change the way we consume, purchase and in some cases even sell energy in the future.

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