Carnegie Clean Energy’s Australian wave energy technology selected to compete in round one of a program designed to advance global wave power industry.
Floating Power Plant has secured a location to deploy its first full-scale hybrid floating wind and wave platform at test facilities in Canary Islands
Carnegie finds new application for its wave energy technology, promises to deliver reliable renewable power for offshore operations, starting with aquaculture.
Bombora wave technology to be used in project in Mauritius that has received a subsidy from the Japanese government.
A €45m project will combine technologies to demonstrate potential of hybrid marine energy parks, including offshore solar.
WA government chips in funds to help establish coast off Albany as the southern hemisphere’s first testing site for wave energy generation technology.
Australian-led research breakthrough raises fresh hopes that wave power can play a large-scale and commercially viable role in the global shift to renewables.
World’s most powerful tidal turbine begins exporting power to UK grid, delivering an important milestone for the technology.
Mocean Energy puts its first wave energy conversion prototype, Blue X, to sea at a test site at the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney.
Perth-originated Bombora partners with TechnipFMC to demonstrate a 6MW hybrid wave and offshore wind generator on a shared floating platform.