The Northam solar farm is the first project to secure funding from IBA
Installation of a wave data buoy for the Albany Wave Energy Project
Carnegie Clean Energy has secured a 12‐month construction debt finance facility of $7.5 million for its Northam solar power station.
Wave energy developer Carnegie has won a $15.75 million tender for the design and manufacture of renewable wave technology (CETO) at its Albany Wave Energy project in Western Australia.
Carnegie Clean Energy has been selected as the proponent for the wave energy farm set to be installed off the coast of Albany.
The Australian government’s largest energy consumer, the Department of Defence, is increasingly turning to renewables to reduce costs and improve energy continuity and security.
Construction of the world’s first wave energy integrated microgrid has begun, with a sod-turning ceremony last week signalling the start of the ambitious Garden Island project.
Carnegie Clean Energy (ASX:CCE) has received about $850,000 in grants for its Australian and European based Government funded energy projects
Carnegie Clean Energy has won a contract to design, construct and install a solar, diesel and battery energy storage system microgrid at Delamere Air Weapons Range in the Northern Territory of Australia.
Carnegie Clean Energy has delivered a massive battery storage system — billed as the biggest ever designed and assembled in Australia — to the CSIRO’s Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory.