Carnegie takes final Wave Hub berth

The Ceto uses high-pressure water from the power of waves and uses it to turn an onshore turbine

The Ceto uses high-pressure water from the power of waves and uses it to turn an onshore turbine

Australia's Carnegie Wave Energy has signed a lease for a berth at Wave Hub to fine-tune a 3MW array of its Ceto 6 devices in the run-up to commercial roll-out.

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