Carnegie harnesses wave energy through our deep expertise, innovative technology and passionate people.
Carnegie is pursuing the immense and untapped market of wave energy. Extracting energy from the incredible global wave energy resource is the objective of governments and companies alike but the technology to achieve this at a sufficiently low price has remained elusive.
Carnegie has demonstrated the core CETO technology and organisational ability through a number of world leading projects including the CETO 5 project where an array of devices were deployed and operated across all four seasons. With this foundation, a highly experienced team and a suite of new innovations coming from artificial intelligence, cutting-edge materials and numerical simulations on supercomputers. Carnegie is the best positioned company in the world to capitalise on the opportunity
Currently Operating in Two Regions
July 14, 2017
The Unreasonable Goals program is connecting 16 startups (that each work in the one of the areas of the SDGs) with governments and NGOs, to give them the support to scale their solutions.
March 18, 2018
A handout from the Federal Government has helped bring about an unlikely pairing between Italian oil and gas colossus Eni and a small cap Australian renewable energy company.
February 14, 2018
“What we do know is there’s something like 40-50MW of unserviced demand currently in the eastern Goldfields.”
February 8, 2018
Renewable energy developer Carnegie Clean Energy (ASX: CCE) has received an operational boost in the form of a $6.8 million contract from Western Power, a Western Australian state government-owned...
November 29, 2017
Carnegie Clean Energy has signed a binding term sheet with government agency Indigenous Business Australia and the Perth Noongar Foundation for a 50 per cent stake in the renewable energy company’s...
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