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AOEG Welcomes New University Members – Forming Relationships with Leading Institutions

AOEG is also very excited to announce another two new members; the University of Adelaide (UA) represented by Professor Ben Cazzolato, School of Mechanical Engineering, and the University of Queensland (UQ) represented Remo Cossu, School of Civil Engineering. University of Adelaide (UA) Since 2012, UA has undertaken significant work to benefit Australia’s ocean energy sector. Collaborating [...]

2020-07-08T19:37:03+10:0015 September 2019|

Australian Technologies Competition – National Finals and Awards

AOEG is proud to support the Australian Technologies Competition as an official Marketing Partner As Australia’s leading program to accelerate Australian technology scaleups with the greatest global potential, the event is a fantastic opportunity to connect and network with the many stakeholders involved in our country’s innovation ecosystem. Be part of the audience at the [...]

2020-07-08T19:37:15+10:0015 September 2019|

Building Cluster Success – Insights from Europe

TCI-Network Oceania, in partnership with Economic Development Australia, recently hosted a special luncheon opportunity to hear from celebrated Cluster Manager Bianca Dragomir. As CEO of the Avaesen Cluster (the Valencian Cleantech Cluster) Ms. Dragomir is passionate about building fresh, bold and entrepreneurship-driven ecosystems across Europe – inspiring leaders to generate clean technology around the world. [...]

2020-07-09T09:43:54+10:0025 June 2019|

Wave Swell Energy – Sustainable Energy from the Ocean

Wave Swell Energy has developed a world-leading proprietary technology which converts energy in ocean waves into clean, emissions-free electricity. This electricity can be transmitted to shore and into the grid or used to power an onboard or shoreline-located desalination facility. The company is currently developing a 200kW energy project, intended to be installed in the [...]

2020-07-08T19:37:39+10:0025 June 2019|

Blue Economy Cooperative Research Centre

The University of Tasmania will lead a new Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) that brings together expertise in seafood, renewable energy and offshore engineering to transform Australia’s blue economy. Recently announced, the Blue Economy CRC aims to drive an evolution in marine-based industries, unlocking enormous economic, environmental and technological benefits. The $329 million research project is [...]

2020-07-09T09:43:21+10:0026 April 2019|

Ocean Energy Systems (OES)

Ocean Energy Systems (OES) is an intergovernmental collaboration between more than twenty countries, operating under a framework established by the International Energy Agency (IEA). Australia joined as a member in May 2018. OES’s key education and research programs aim to accelerate the viability, uptake and acceptance of ocean energy systems in an environmentally acceptable way. [...]

2020-07-09T09:43:21+10:002 April 2019|

From AMET to AOEG – Our Transition Explained

Formed by a group of wave and tidal technology developers at the first Australian Ocean Energy Conference in 2016, the Australian Marine Energy Taskforce (AMET) vowed to speak for the ocean energy industry in one united voice, working to accelerate commercialisation of the ocean energy industry. It was in early 2018 that AMET realised it [...]

2020-07-08T19:39:57+10:008 March 2019|

Industry Stakeholder – Integrated Marine Observing System – (IMOS)

The Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) is a collaborative, national research infrastructure funded by the Australian Government. Undertaking systematic and sustained observation of Australia’s marine estate, the IMOS makes all data openly available for science and research purposes. Its observations of surface waves, currents, and other ocean properties relate directly to the ocean energy industry, [...]

2020-07-08T19:40:18+10:008 March 2019|

Industry Stakeholder – Advanced Composite Structures Australia – (ACS-A)

Engineering company Advanced Composite Structures Australia (ACS-A) specialises in the development of technology and products associated with advanced FRP composites. They have recently worked on several renewable energy projects, including concept development of composite components for offshore energy applications. As a proactive supporter and bid participant of the Blue Economy CRC, ACS-A’s General Manager was [...]

2020-07-08T19:40:31+10:008 March 2019|

Wave Energy Research Centre (WERC)

The Wave Energy Research Centre (WERC) comprises more than thirty researchers from the University of Western Australia. Collaborating with Carnegie Clean Energy, the program is focused on finding cost-effective ways to generate wave energy on an industrial scale. Learn more about the Wave Energy Research Centre

2020-07-09T09:43:22+10:008 March 2019|

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