Greens say WA’s SWIS grid could shift to 100% renewables by 2030 for cheaper than business as usual.
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WA wave energy developer says its mWave technology is attracting strong interest in Europe, where the company has plans to roll out a series of commercial-scale wave farms, starting in Portugal.
Carnegie Wave locks in $3.69m debt funding for world first solar, battery and wave integrated microgrid project, as it eyes “huge global opportunity.”
Wind and solar may be currently leading the way in Australia’s renewable energy race, but there’s another contender lurking in the nation’s oceans.
Carnegie gets grant and funding through convertible notes to put together the world’s first micro-grid that combines wave energy, solar and battery storage.
WA-based Bombora Wave Power raises $8m as part of plan to build 60MW project off Portugal coast and predictions wave energy will match other renewables on costs within 5 years.
WA wave energy technology leaps from lab to the real world with imminent deployment of 30 devices in first demonstration plant in Bunbury port.
Carnegie Wave Energy says plans to build 10-15MW wave energy plant with latest CETO 6 technology in UK.
Carnegie Wave Energy completes 12 months of operations at CETO 5 Perth Project, clearing way for development of the CETO 6 Garden Island microgrid.
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.