Carnegie recently hosted Enel Green Power for a week of knowledge sharing and collaboration in Western Australia.
As previously announced, EGP is collaborating with Carnegie on the development of the CETO wave energy technology through a collaboration agreement signed last year.
Under the agreement, EGP will contribute €1 million towards the development of CETO through a series of activities.
EGP’s Head of Marine Innovation and another Marine Innovation team member flew in from Italy and joined the Country Manager for Enel Green Power Australia, based in Sydney, to meet with Carnegie’s CETO team and visit the site of the Albany Wave Energy Project.
EGP spent several days working with Carnegie’s CETO team in Fremantle, touring Carnegie’s private wave energy research facility in North Fremantle and visiting Garden Island to see the site of the previous CETO 3 and Perth Wave Energy Project and tour the recently commissioned Garden Island solar-battery Microgrid.
In addition, EGP spent time in Albany including visits to the onshore site of the Albany Wave Energy Project as well as the Albany port, the anticipated assembly, deployment and operations base for the project.