Carnegie will be featured on Network 10’s Advancing Australia TV series hosted by Guy Pearce at 6.00 pm (Australian Time) this Saturday May 1, 2021 and repeated the following day, Sunday May 2 at midday. The 12 part Advancing Australia series explores Australian innovators generating change and working to make Australia and the world a better place.
After it airs, episode 5 featuring Carnegie should be available on the 10 Play website, app, etc. Sneak preview below.
The team has continued its focus on optimising the CETO system for the lowest cost and highest energy production by advancing and implementing the innovation streams previously highlighted, including intelligent control, hydrodynamics and system design, and advanced power take-off system. Significant strides have been made since the start of the Digital Development Pathway.
The new product concept is a spin-off that incorporates aspects of Carnegie’s core CETO technology and know-how into a novel wave-powered system for use in offshore energy demand applications. The first market for this product may be aquaculture barges and vessels that require energy for offshore operations. As the aquaculture sector moves further offshore into highly energetic conditions, Carnegie’s new wave power product would address the challenge of securing clean and reliable energy and replace the diesel generation otherwise required.
The Carnegie team has made excellent progress in the last quarter as you’ll see below. We’re also not expecting the 5-day coronavirus constraints to materially affect the work underway. Remote working proved to be effective during the early part of last year.