Carnegie Clean Energy and NEMOS are collaborating in the field of wave energy technology. The joint work with the Australian company began with tank testing campaigns in 2014 and 2016, during which NEMOS provided the model scale power take-off for the Carnegie wave energy converter (WEC).
The collaboration became more intense in 2018 within the development of Carnegie’s new multi-moored wave energy converter CETO 6M. In addition to supporting the tank testing campaign at the University of Plymouth (GB), NEMOS was selected as one of the contributors in the development of a rotary power take-off system (PTO) for the “Albany Wave Energy Project”. Currently, NEMOS is working on design and manufacturing solutions for the mechanical power transmission system of the 25 m diameter full scale WEC.
Find out more about the project: https://arena.gov.au/projects/carnegie-ceto-6-technology/
Picture: Carnegie Clean Energy 2018