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 says it’s “back from the brink” and ready get to work delivering a commercially successful large-scale CETO wave power plant in 3-5 years.
Australian Renewable Energy Agency will tip $4 million into a $12.3 million trial of Australian made wave energy technology off the coast of King Island, Tasmania.
Embattled renewables developer appoints KordaMentha Restructuring to oversee voluntary administration of its business and fully owned subsidiary, Energy Made Clean.
Carnegie boosts nominal capacity of CETO unit from 1MW to 1.5MW, in bid to make wave power cost competitive with mainstream renewables.
Global infrastructure investment company becomes second largest shareholder in Carnegie Wave Energy with purchase of 5% stake.
Carnegie Wave Energy completes 12 months of operations at CETO 5 Perth Project, clearing way for development of the CETO 6 Garden Island microgrid.
BioPower Systems deploys 250kW BioWAVE pilot system off coast of Port Fairy, aims to be delivering electricity to the grid “very soon.”
Carnegie Wave’s plans to develop a renewable microgrid for Mauritius have received $800,000 in funding from the Australian government.