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Carnegie eyes money wave

Wave energy company Carnegie reached its most significant technological milestone this week, announcing the first full-scale commercial wave energy unit has been successfully deployed off Garden Island.

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NSW Australia
As we have seen from European countries with the wind generators that have in a lot of cases been switched off because they are to costly to run we will find that wave generators costs and maintanance will far exceed any benifit that would have been recieved from the operations of this equipment so far what I have seen there are a lot of ideas out there but once the cost are calculated we revert back to the cheapest form of energy producing generators which is run by coal and as we have seen by the mistakes of Japan's Nuclear program Coal still produces the cheapest form of energy.

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