Carnegie launches wave energy project

The state government and Carnegie Wave Energy have celebrated the next stage in the development of a five megawatt demonstration wave power station near Garden Island.


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Ripper. A genuine renewable power generation project. No more pump it out non renewable gas requirement. Dig it up spew it out non renewable coal fired boilers. Just the ever moving ocean, 24hrs day 365 and 1/4 days a year and how about one for the "greenies", an artificial marine habitat. WA, the State to lead and show the way on real renewable energy while the rabble "to-otherside" of boarder - largely unexplored territory I gather - fight over who is going to get the biggest hand outs from ETS [ Extra Tax you Suckers]. Albany then Esperance next? We could fill Mundaring Weir with pure clean desalinated water from the Southern Ocean. The great engineer C.Y O'Conner wouldn't have envisage that happening or would he ?

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