Australian “oscillating water column” (OWC) technology successfully installed in Grassy Harbour after Covid delays and “flawless” 40-hour journey from Hobart.
Carnegie’s Garden Island microgrid back up and running after upgrades.
Tasmanian government unveils final “action plan” for 200% renewables by 2040, including new push to promote and develop its ocean and tidal energy resources.
New research suggests New Zealand’s Cook Strait could be used as a source of tidal power, if the cost of the technology can be reduced.
German-based SINN Power ramps up its bid to offer a robust, modular, and affordable maritime structure to generate renewable energy from waves, wind and solar.
Simec Atlantis has completed the installation of mammoth tidal stream turbine, boasting a rotor diameter of 18 metres, in the Zhoushan archipelago in China.
Work begins on new “hinged raft” wave energy generator to be trialled in waters off Scotland’s Orkney Islands, using technology from Edinburgh start-up Mocean Energy.
A sparsely-worded half-year results statement says Carnegie is continuing to progress its CETO 6 wave energy technology, with “innovation opportunities” and smart controls.
Carnegie Wave Energy quarterly report marks 1000MWh of green electricity delivered by Garden Island microgrid, and progress on its core CETO wave technology.
Simec Atlantis, the once Australia based and now global developer, owner, and operator of the world’s largest operational tidal stream array, publishes operational data ahead of a major expansion.