Development and Consenting of Carnegie Wave Energy's Perth Wave Energy Project, Experiences from Down Under

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Title: Development and Consenting of Carnegie Wave Energy's Perth Wave Energy Project, Experiences from Down Under
Authors: Ward, E.
Publication Date:
April 30, 2014
Conference Name: Environmental Impact of Marine Renewables 2014
Conference Location: Stornoway, Scotland, UK
Pages: 17
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Ward, E. (2014). Development and Consenting of Carnegie Wave Energy's Perth Wave Energy Project, Experiences from Down Under [Presentation]. Presented at the Environmental Impact of Marine Renewables 2014, Stornoway, Scotland, UK.
Abstract: 

Carnegie Wave Energy Limited has been developing CETO wave energy technology for over 10 years and at a cost of $70 million. Carnegie is now in the construction phase of the Perth Wave Energy Project, a grid-connected CETO array off Garden Island, Western Australia. The Project will supply both power and desalinated potable water to the Australian Department of Defence. The Project is fully consented through a range of Federal, State and Local government permits and approvals, supported by a comprehensive community consultation program. This paper shares Carnegie’s experience of consenting this project and implications for future development.

 

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