Perth Wave Energy Project BAs at BAE

Press 2016

Battery Trial Boost

27 June 2016 Herald Sun Melbourne

AN AUSTRALIAN company says its partner in a joint venture has built and installed a new battery storage system as part of a plan to deliver power to the grid in New Zealand. Energy Made Clean, which is 35 per cent owned by Australian group Carnegie Wave Energy, is aiming to deliver New Zealand's first grid-connected commercial lithium battery energy storage system.

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Carnegie Completes Final Milestone for CETO 5 Perth Wave Energy Project

27 June 2016 Renew Economy

ASX-listed Carnegie Wave Energy has successfully completed 12 months of operations of its ground-breaking CETO 5 Perth Project, thus ticking off the final milestone required for its various government grant funding agreements with both state and federal governments. Carnegie officially switched on the onshore power station for its Perth Wave Energy Project a year ago, marking the launch of the world’s first commercial-scale grid connected wave energy array and the first time in Australia that wave-generated electricity has been fed into the grid.

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Making Waves In Mauritius

27 June 2016 Australian Energy Review

PERTH-based CETO wave energy inventor Carnegie Wave Energy will use $800,000 in Australian Government funding to help deliver its technology, which converts ocean wave energy into zero-emission electricity and desalinated water, to the island nation of Mauritius. The project would focus on the delivery of a renewable energy roadmap for Mauritius, including technical, commercial and financial feasibility of high penetration renewable energy.

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Carnegie Harnesses Power of the Ocean

26 June 2016 Sunday Times

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Carnegie completes final milestone for CETO 5 Perth wave energy project

02 February 2016 RenewEconomy

"ASX-listed Carnegie Wave Energy has successfully completed 12 months of operations of its ground-breaking CETO 5 Perth Project, thus ticking off the final milestone required for its various government grant funding agreements with both state and federal governments."

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