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Carnegie presents at EuropeWave

Carnegie Clean Energy delivered a presentation at the second annual EuropeWave conference in Brussels, Belgium (28/03/2023). The presentation, appended below, outlined the CETO technology, including target applications of the technology, learnings from phase 1 and an outline of Phase 2 activities under the Programme.

The conference is part of the €20m EuropeWave PCP Programme, where Carnegie, via its wholly owned subsidiary, CETO Wave Energy Ireland Limited, was selected as 1 of 5 contractors to deliver Phase 2 of the Programme. Phase 2 includes tank testing of critical technologies in Spain. Carnegie is sharing in a budget of €3.6 million ($5.8M AUD) for this phase which commenced in October 2022 and will run through until the end of June 2023.

Click here to read a copy of the presentation.

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