Wave power a viable source of renewable energy, study says

Wave power along the southeast coast of Australia is a viable source of renewable energy, according to a study ...

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Carnegie seeks Commercial Analyst

Carnegie Wave Energy is looking to expand its team with a job opening for a newly created position of Commercial Analyst.

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Carnegie kick-starts Wave Hub project

Carnegie Wave Energy has formally launched its 15MW CETO Wave Hub project in the presence of UK government officials.

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Protean concludes pre-commercial WEC trials

Protean Wave Energy has retrieved its wave energy device after wrapping up the final round of pre-commercial trials ...

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Australia maps wave energy potential

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has released a new atlas mapping Australian ...

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Carnegie bags £9.6M EU grant

Carnegie Wave Energy has secured £9.6 million from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) for the first ...

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MRC’s marine renewables supply chain database goes online

Marine Renewables Canada (MRC) has created an online supply chain database aiming to strengthen the links within ...

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Carnegie hosts Cornwall’s inward investment arm in WA

Australian wave energy developer, Carnegie Wave Energy has welcomed Invest in Cornwall, the inward investment arm ...

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China backs Hailong WEC design

The Hailong 1 wave energy device is based on an independent research and development by China Shipbuilding Industry ...

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Carnegie to change name

Australian wave energy developer, Carnegie Wave Energy, plans to change its name to Carnegie Clean Energy.

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Carnegie secures $3.7M for microgrid project

Carnegie Wave Energy has signed a Au$3.7 million debt financing agreement to support the Garden Island solar, ...

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Bardot Group to construct OTEC plant in Maldives

Bardot Group, a French company specialised in subsea engineering and equipment manufacturing for offshore energy, ...

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MAKO tidal turbine tackles Tasmanian tides

A tidal energy turbine has been installed in the Tamar estuary in Tasmania as part of a joint project between the ...

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Infographic: Wave and tidal energy potential of Chile

Naval Experts, a media hub created by DCNS, has published an infographic on Chile's renewable energy potential, ...

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Carnegie to harness Sri Lanka waves

Carnegie Wave Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding with Lanka Energy Conservation for the development of ...

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Protean restarts wave energy device trials

Protean Wave Energy has started the second phase of pre-commercial ocean testing of its wave energy device off ...

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Carnegie scoops ARENA funding for microgrid project

Australian wave energy developer, Carnegie Wave Energy, has been awarded Au$2.5 million from the Australian ...

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BPS to replace faulty bioWAVE cable

BioPower Systems (BPS), an Australian wave energy developer, has identified a damage on the cable that links its ...

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Stranded Oceanlinx WEC removal begins

The works on removing the stranded Oceanlinx wave energy converter has started this week off the coast of Australia.

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AU: Artesian, CEFC launch $20M clean energy seed fund

Artesian Venture Partners has launched the Au$20 million Clean Energy Seed Fund, that includes a Au$10 million ...

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South East Asia to get a marine energy centre

Researchers at Robert Gordon University (RGU) have won GBP 165,760 in funding from the UK Foreign and Commonwealth ...

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TMC, K water to develop India's river tidal energy plant

The Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC), which plans to set up a tidal energy plant at the confluence of the Thane ...

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Mako Turbines gets on ATC16 semifinal list

Mako Turbines, a tidal energy developer based in New South Wales, Australia, has been shortlisted as semi-finalist ...

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Chinese 3.4MW tidal device starts generating power

The 3.4MW tidal energy device, developed by China, has started generating limited amounts of power, Chinese media report.

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Shahar Energy forms Yam Pro Energy for WERPO wave projects

The owners of Shahar Energy, an Israel-based renewable energy company, have established Yam Pro Energy to drive ...

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Smart Hydro teams up with IMP Powers for Indian market

German-based engineering company Smart Hydro Power has hired IMP Powers as its exclusive marketing and sales ...

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Interview: Government support crucial to industrialize tidal

In the light of the recently announced tidal energy project in Japan, as well as other major tidal energy projects ...

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