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Community Consultation goes virtual

By John Cotter | May 21, 2020

Bowen River Utilities Managing Director John Cotter today announced the first virtual community information session for the Bowen River Utilities projects. “We are determined to get on with the job of getting our projects shovel ready to create thousands of jobs, deliver water security, prime agricultural land and cheaper energy. Despite the difficult circumstances in…

Bowen Rivers Utilities Urannah Dam declared Coordinated Project

By John Cotter | May 7, 2020

Bowen River Utilities, developer of the Urannah Water Scheme has enthusiastically welcomed the announcement today by the Queensland Government that Urannah Dam has been declared a ‘Coordinated Project’. Managing Director, John Cotter said that this “reinforces the strategic significance of the project in delivering thousands of jobs, water security, growth in the agriculture sector and…

Urannah Water Scheme is Rebranding

By John Cotter | April 7, 2020

Urannah Water Scheme Managing Director John Cotter today announced an exciting new development, a company rebranding, with the company to now be known as ‘Bowen River Utilities’. “Our name has changed but our mission has not, we will build the Urannah Dam, deliver thousands of jobs, water security, prime agricultural land, cheaper energy and flow…

Urannah Renewable Energy Hub one step closer

By John Cotter | February 8, 2020

Urannah Renewable Energy Hub welcomed the announcement from Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction Angus Taylor and Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack that the Federal Government will deliver $2 million for the Urannah Renewable Energy Hub as part of the Federal Government’s plan to secure energy affordability for commercial and industrial users. Renewable Energy Partners…

Funding Agreement Approved

By John Cotter | December 13, 2019

Urannah Water Scheme today welcomed the announcement from the State Government that the Funding Agreement for their Detailed Business Case had been approved by Governor-in-Council marking the final step towards unlocking $10 million in Federal Government funding. Urannah Water Scheme CEO Kerry Huston welcomed the $10 million contribution which added to the existing private sector…


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