Scotland plans to generate enough renewable energy to meet its demand needs – perhaps seven times as much. Climate Change minister Paul Wheelhouse explains how.
Tag: "wave energy"
International Renewable Energy Agency finds renewables the best way to deliver power to the hundreds of millions worldwide who are not on the grid.
Researchers find they could extract more than double the ocean energy currently generated by determining the oncoming power of the next wave.
China is already planning for the installation of its second, third, and fourth wave power plants from SDE, an Israeli company.
CSIRO modelling shows ocean power could supply 20% of Australia’s total electricity demands by 2050 – with just 150km of coastline.
CSIRO finds Australia’s oceans hold ‘bounty of energy’ and could produce 24-hour electricity – enough to power a city the size of Melbourne by 2050.
Already millionaires many times over, Mike Fitzpatrick, Tim Roberts and Tim Holmes have gained a five-fold return from their investment in Carnegie Wave Energy.
Lockheed Martin to take key role in helping design and build 19MW wave project in Australia – but it won’t be complete till 2017.
Carnegie Wave Energy says it may build a 20MW project to provide electricity and desalinated water to island of Bermuda.
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.