Draft report predicts EU could have 100GW of installed ocean energy capacity by 2050 – enough to supply up to 15% of the Union’s power needs.
Tag: "Carnegie Wave Energy"
US developers of what once was billed the ‘world’s largest’ wave energy project, Ocean Power Technologies, have abandoned plans for the $232m plant off the coast of Portland in Victoria. But it was always a project that was unlikely to deliver.
Carnegie Wave Energy is looking to next generation of turbines to hit sweet spot in output, and finally move to commercial sales.
Carnegie Wave Energy gets $9.9m federal grant towards the development of a grid-connected demonstration of its CETO technology.
2012 will be a critical year for cleantech in Australia. Costs for many technologies are falling rapidly, but critical decisions will be made about renewable energy targets and support mechanisms. Here, the heads of Pacific Hydro, GE, Infigen Energy, Better Place, Origin, First Solar, Carnegie Wave, the Grattan Insitute, the CEC and the SEAA share their predictions.