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Carnergie receives first ARENA payment for CETO 6 project

Carnergie receives first ARENA payment for CETO 6 project

Australian wave energy developer, Carnegie Energy, have received its first payment from ARENA as part of an $11 million grant for the CETO 6 Project.

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Mixed Greens: Australia's first solar-powered data centre almost complete

Mixed Greens: Australia’s first solar-powered data centre almost complete

Australia’s largest private rooftop solar installation at its first PV-powered data centre; Carnegie Wave project on target for mid-2014.

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Wave powered oil rigs? Aust renewables start-up taps fossil fuel market

Wave powered oil rigs? Aust renewables start-up taps fossil fuel market

AquaGen unveils clean energy first: retrofittable wave power technology to transform floating oil rigs from energy consumers into energy absorbers.

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Graph of the Day: Can wave energy turbines ever make money?

Graph of the Day: Can wave energy turbines ever make money?

Carnegie Wave Energy is looking to next generation of turbines to hit sweet spot in output, and finally move to commercial sales.

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Perth company seeks $4m for new wave energy technology

Perth company seeks $4m for new wave energy technology

WA’s Bombora Wave Power launches capital raising to fund next phase of development of its award winning, home grown Wave Energy Converter technology.

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Renewable energy most cost effective option for millions: IRENA

Renewable energy most cost effective option for millions: IRENA

International Renewable Energy Agency finds renewables the best way to deliver power to the hundreds of millions worldwide who are not on the grid.

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Why Scotland aims for 100% renewables – and more

Why Scotland aims for 100% renewables – and more

Scotland plans to generate enough renewable energy to meet its demand needs – perhaps seven times as much. Climate Change minister Paul Wheelhouse explains how.

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Darwin tidal energy plan gains momentum with new MoU

Darwin tidal energy plan gains momentum with new MoU

Charles Darwin University joins plan to develop world’s first tropical zone tidal energy research centre and deliver renewable power to Darwin by 2020.

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Ocean power making waves in Australia’s clean energy future

Ocean power making waves in Australia’s clean energy future

CSIRO modelling shows ocean power could supply 20% of Australia’s total electricity demands by 2050 – with just 150km of coastline.

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Wave power: How China, and Israel, are leading the way

Wave power: How China, and Israel, are leading the way

China is already planning for the installation of its second, third, and fourth wave power plants from SDE, an Israeli company.

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Next wave technology could double marine energy generation

Next wave technology could double marine energy generation

Researchers find they could extract more than double the ocean energy currently generated by determining the oncoming power of the next wave.