Carnegie Clean Energy projects powering forward

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Multiple Carnegie Clean Energy Projects have reached new milestones including Northam Solar Farm, the Delamere Microgrid and the wave energy project.

The Northam Solar Farm has received Approval to Operate from Western Power. The system began exporting to the grid in November 2018 and has been performing well, producing over 4000MWh.

The Delamere Microgrid built at the Delamere Air Weapons Range in the Northern Territory is fully operational and has achieved practical completion. EMC was awarded a contract to design, construct and install a Microgrid System at the Delamere Air Weapons Range in the Northern Territory of Australia in a competitive tender process in 2017.

This innovative solar, battery and diesel off-grid microgrid system is now supplying high penetration solar power to approximately 200kVA peak load and is delivering reliable, 24/7 power resulting in diesel consumption savings.

Under the Collaboration Agreement between Carnegie and Enel Green Power (EGP), Carnegie’s CETO wave energy technology has received $1.6 million in funding for research, development and deployment.

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