Carnegie Wave Energy to build wave energy Microgrid in WA
Carnegie Wave Energy will build the world's first renewable energy microgrid involving wave energy on an island off the coast of Western Australia, which chief Michael Ottaviano says will put Australia "streaks ahead" of global rivals.
Wave Energy Project: Deployment of a wave monitoring device
A wave monitoring device, aiming to explore the prospects of developing wave energy for the Republic of Mauritius and harness the potential of ocean energy, was deployed yesterday during a launching ceremony held at Le Batelage Restaurant, in Souillac.
Carnegie begins Mauritius project design
Perth based wave developer Carnegie Wave Energy has begun design work on its micro grid project in the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius. Carnegie will receive a $800,000 grant from a partnership between the Australian and Mauritius Governments to finance the early stages of the project, which would see renewable wave energy delivered both to Mauritius and the neighbouring island of Rodrigues.
Australia's Carnegie to build biggest wave energy project in UK
Perth-based Carnegie Wave Energy says it is likely to build its biggest wave energy project to date in the UK, with a planned 10-15MW project to tap into generous government support on tariffs and grants in what is emerging as the biggest wave energy market in the world. CEO Michael Ottaviano says Carnegie will build the first project using its latest CETO 6 technology, using full-sized machines each of 1MW capacity, at its Garden Island test bed where it has been trialling the previous CETO 5 technology in the first multi-machine deployment in the world.
Carnegie Wave Energy Video
Watch the video feature by Huffington Post on Carnegie Wave Energy, featuring our CEO Dr. Michael Ottaviano
Global investment group buys 5% share in Carnegie Wave Energy
Global infrastructure investment company UIL Limited has bought a 5 per cent stake in ASX-listed wave energy developer Carnegie Wave Energy, after buying up the last of the shares formerly owned by UK company Renewable Energy Holdings.
Australia’s Carnegie Wave Energy Project Sets World Record
Australia’s Carnegie Wave Energy Project has set a new world record after completing 14,000 cumulative operating hours, the highest ever recorded. The news was announced by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) this week, which provided $13.1 million in funding. The $40 million project uses CETO wave energy technology, and was the world’s first array of wave power generators to be connected to an electricity grid.
Wave Energy Project Sets World Record
Carnegie Wave Energy has announced the successful completion of the CETO 5 Perth Wave Energy Project, which has achieved over 14,000 hours of operation over the past 12 months — the highest amount ever recorded for the global wave energy industry.
Carnegie wraps up CETO 5 wave energy project
Carnegie received the final payment of Au$935,000 ($675,000) from ARENA for the successful completion of the Project including 12 months of operation. This final payment marks the end of the ARENA Perth Project funding agreement and brings the total ARENA funds received for the Project to Au$13.1 million ($9.45 million).
Carnegie Harnesses Power of The Ocean
FREMANTLE-based Carnegie Wave Energy is set to enter a new phase this year as it transitions from design to construction work on its CETO6 technology. The patented CETO technology converts ocean swell into zero-emission renewable power and desalinated freshwater