20 September 2019 – Carnegie has been featured in the latest issue of Underwater Technology Three (UT3). This industry magazine has a large international readership and covers advanced marine technology from all sectors.
You can find the article on the UT3 website
13 September 2019 – Carnegie’s 2 MW PV solar array on Garden Island has now generated over 200 MWh of clean renewable energy. The power produced is consumed directly by the island’s main resident, Australia’s largest naval base, HMAS Stirling.
Further information was provided in this corporate update.
12 September 2019 – Activity at the $329m Blue Economy Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) is ramping up with the search for the centre’s CEO underway. The CRC will bring together, for the first time, national and international expertise in aquaculture, marine renewable energy and marine engineering as part of a single, collaborative project. Carnegie is a participant in the CRC that is aiming for “step changes in marine renewable energy output and seafood production”.
For further information: blueeconomycrc.com.au
11 September 2019 – The 13th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC) held in Naples at the start of September was sponsored by Enel Green Power (EGP). At the conference, the CEO of EGP, Antonio Cammisecra reminded the audience of why Enel is invested in marine energy: “Stable, predictable and always available: marine energy has enormous potential distributed evenly around the world. Enel Green Power continues to explore the marine energy sector in search of effective, competitive and scalable technologies to transform tides and waves into sustainable energy”.
Head of Innovability at EGP, Giovanni Tula commented on the integration of wave energy saying: “Marine energy will be a fantastic complement to other renewable energy sources (solar, hydropower and wind) and will be a key element for the energy transition of the near future”.
See Enel Green Power’s website for more.