Carnegie Wave Energy completes 12 months of operations at CETO 5 Perth Project, clearing way for development of the CETO 6 Garden Island microgrid.
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The big trends in 2016 will include ambitious plans for decarbonisation, a new form of climate denialism, arguments about consumer network tariffs, bold new technologies and battery storage. And, of course, in Australia there will be an election.
BioPower Systems deploys 250kW BioWAVE pilot system off coast of Port Fairy, aims to be delivering electricity to the grid “very soon.”
Carnegie Wave Energy says microgrids, with solar PV and storage, could be model for islands, and edge of grid and remote communities.
Carnegie Wave Energy says it has completed concept design of CETO 6 generation unit, which will have roughly four-times rated capacity of CETO 5, at 1MW.
Perth company launches first real-world trial of its WA-made, low-cost wave energy technology, ahead of plans to develop a commercial-scale prototype.
Carnegie Wave Energy targets remote islands, in new MoU with Seychelles to assess potential for its grid-connected CETO technology.
Carnegie Wave Energy wins £2m grant from Scottish govt to develop wave energy power conversion system to connect its first UK CETO project to the grid.
Bombora shows the renewables sector that it’s okay to mix business and leisure as the Ryan brothers look to bring their unique technology to market.
Carnegie Wave awarded Australian Research Council grant to work with UWA on ways to improve energy cost, efficiency.
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.