Keppel Prince hopes for waves of work (177Kb)
The Portland-based company secured a contract to manufacture pile foundations for Carnegie Wave Energy's Perth Wave Energy Project
Share Tips - Buy Carnegie Wave Energy (465Kb)
Patersons Grant Dwyer puts buy call on Carnegie
Tapping an ocean in motion (105Kb)
"We'll be the first grid-connected wave project in Australia, and we are the only company with a site, environmental approvals and a contract to supply", Carnegie chief executive Michael Ottaviano says.
Riding a new wave to cut desalination energy costs (137Kb)
At a time when rising energy costs are perturbing many Australian small businesses, the government is highlighting the possibilities for business grants under its bundle of assistance for energy-saving investments.
Carnegie rides powerful $8.5m funding wave (64Kb)
Carnegie said yesterday that it's $6 million share purchase plan was oversubscribed, so it took the opportunity to raise $8.5 million.
Green energy advocate urges end to meddling (191Kb)
"One of the reasons I invested in Carnegie is that it does look like they will be able to scale up the technology to a level where they will compete with diesel for electricity and will also be a very efficient producer of desalinated water," Mr. Fitzpatrick said.
Energy Firm on Favourable Wave (81Kb)
Carnegie Wave Energy Ltd, on the crest of a special wave.
ABC News (YouTube)
Carnegie’s Managing Director Dr. Michael Ottaviano talks to ABC about the Perth Wave Energy Project.
Carnegie Wave wins Australian grant to develop seawater project (138Kb)
Carnegie Wave Energy Ltd won $1.27 million grant from the government to build a seawater desalination project powered by wave energy.
Marine Urged for Diversity (106Kb)
Special Minister of State Gary Gray announced a $1.27 million Commonwealth grant to Carnegie Wave Energy Ltd.