Albany Wave project begins development
CARNEGIE Clean Energy has begun development activities for the first phase of its $50 million Albany Wave project.
As part of the first phase, Carnegie would need to record detailed, localised measurement of the wave resources at the proposed site for the CETO 6 unit.
In early November, a buoy was deployed in 30 metres of water depth to measure wave height, period and energy spectra, which would then be transmitted to Carnegie’s CETO project team.
“The Albany Wave Energy Project will be the first offshore demonstration of Carnegie’s CETO 6 technology,” Carnegie stated.
The technology will be installed during summer 2019/2020.