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23 December 2014 Business & Finance

Oceanlinx has gone into liquidation, costing its shareholders around EUR 53 million (AUD 80 million), writes Australian news site. Namely, Australian wave energy developer went into administration earlier this year preceded by incident that affected the company financially. During the transportation of company’s prototype generator greenWAVE the buoyancy failed leaving the device stranded approximately one […]

8 August 2014

Residents from Fleurieu Peninsula were updated on the status of a stranded wave energy device in Carrickalinga waters. Last month representatives of the District Council of Yankalilla; the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI); the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR); the Environment Protection Authority (EPA); and Oceanlinx’s receiver, KordaMentha attended the […]

15 April 2014 Technology

Oceanlinx's greenWAVE wave energy generator is currently stranded approximately one kilometre off Carrickalinga Beach in the Encounter Marine Park, South Australia. The State Government is working with the owners, insurers and the District Council of Yankalilla to ensure the structure is clearly marked as a navigational hazard for boat operators and to determine the most […]

1 April 2014 Business & Finance, R&D, Technology

Rahul Goyal and Cassandra Mathews of KordaMentha Restructuring have been appointed Receivers and Managers of the wave energy development company, Oceanlinx. This appointment followed the appointment of David Ross and Brent Kijurina of Hall Chadwick as Administrators of the company. The Sydney-based company was in the process of installing what it claimed was the world’s […]

4 November 2013 Technology

On Friday 25 October, the Oceanlinx team celebrated with their valued guests the launch of the world's first wave energy converter unit - 'greenWAVE'. Celebrations were held in Adelaide, South Australia, with guests able to walk around and inside the 'greenWAVE' to get a first hand look at this industry leading technology. The event saw […]

28 October 2013 Technology

The launch of the world’s first one megawatt wave-energy-to-electricity unit in Port MacDonnell, South Australia is taking Australia closer to a more sustainable energy mix and enhancing the country’s reputation for world-leading renewable energy solutions. With ARENA’s support, Oceanlinx has designed and constructed a one megawatt wave energy device to convert the ocean’s power into […]

18 October 2013

Reportstack, announces the addition of Oceanlinx Limited - Alternative Energy - Deals and Alliances Profile market report to its offering. Oceanlinx Limited (Oceanlinx) is a renewable energy company. The company manufactures and services in the area of wave energy. It develops a technology for extracting energy from ocean waves and converting it into electricity or […]

11 September 2013

Oceanlinx has submitted an application to the Essential Services Commission (ESC) for permission to develop a wave energy generator off the coast of south-east of South Australia. New South Wales-based company is planning to deploy a wave energy device offshore Port MacDonnell which will be connected to the grid via a subsea cable. Oceanlinx's technique […]

4 September 2013

Development of Ocenalinx's wave energy project offshore Port MacDonnell has kicked off, reports ABC News. The trenching work for cables has also begun according to Oceanlinx CEO Ali Baghaei, who continued by saying that they have also done "part of the drilling under the ground where the sea cable will pass through." A 20-square metre […]

12 June 2013 Technology

Oceanlinx, an international company in the field of wave energy, is preparing for the development of the Port MacDonnell wave power project this week, according to the ABC news site. The project worth AUD 7 million involves building of a 20-square metre offshore concrete unit, which will have the ability to supply electricity to 1,000 […]

26 March 2013

Oceanlinx CEO Ali Baghaei is due to present at AWATEA’s 7th Annual Conference on Marine Energy - BLUE ENERGY IN THE PACIFIC: in Wellington, which focuses on a wide range of marine energy developments in the Asia-Pacific region. Ali will be presenting the challenges faced and overcome by Oceanlinx and the industry over the last […]

15 March 2013

The Government of New South Wales (NSW) is taking wave energy developer, Oceanlinx, to court over broken promises to remove the decommissioned wave energy generator, Illawarra Mercury writes. Oceanlinx was testing whether the Port Kembla waters are suitable for wave energy development from2006 to 2009, and since then the decommissioned "Mark 1" wave generator is […]

15 March 2013 Technology

Oceanlinx today unveiled the highly optimised blueWAVE design that is a smaller, lighter and a cheaper wave energy solution for deep water applications. Oceanlinx’s continued development and expertise in the wave energy sector has allowed the company to further improve the blueWAVE design to ensure even better performance and also a reduction in overall costs. […]

3 January 2013

Australia's first 1MW wave energy converter is awaiting for the State Government's approval, writes The Border Watch. Namely, the New South Wales based Oceanlinx is planning to deploy its wave energy device offshore Port MacDonnell. The wave energy plant will be located approximately 4 kilometres off the coastline, with a 20 square metre concrete unit […]

15 August 2012

Renewable energy developer, Oceanlinx, is hoping to install its wave energy device offshore Port MacDonnell later this year, ABC news site informed. The company is still waiting for the $7 million project approval from the Federal Government. Oceanlinx CEO Ali Baghaei commented: "We have also spent obviously a lot of money with respect to third-party […]

25 July 2012 Business & Finance, Operations & Maintenance

Oceanlinx is searching for local contractors who will build and launch the greenWAVE concrete structure for their1MW wave energy plant. As written in an article of The Border Watch Newspaper, featured on Oceanlinx’s official website, the company’s CEO Ali Baghaei and project analyst Sean Barrett visited the region a few days ago to discuss the […]

4 July 2012 Authorities, Technology

Oceanlinx announces that the Australian Government has awarded funding of $3,970,450 from the Emerging Renewables Program for a $7,242,550 project, “Oceanlinx 1MW Commercial Wave Energy Demonstrator”. The project cost includes one year of operations post the grid connection. The unit with a foot print of 20m by 20m will be the most cost effective and […]

14 April 2015

GreenWAVE wave energy device, developed by Oceanlinx, is still in water approximately one kilometre off Carrickalinga Beach in the Encounter Marine Park, South Australia, Victor Harbor Times writes. A year ago, the structure got stranded in Yankalilla Bay after difficulties arose while it was being towed from Port Adelaide to Port MacDonnell, where it was to be situated as a […]

24 June 2014

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Analyzing Marine Energy in the UK" report to their offering. The United Kingdom is the leading market for marine technologies and has been a pioneer in the development of marine energy worldwide. The marine energy industry in the UK is well developed and marine resources are […]

23 April 2014 Business & Finance, R&D, Technology

Transparency Market Research has introduced an upcoming report on wave and tidal market in its offering. The research report called 'Wave & Tidal Energy Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth and Forecast, 2013 - 2019' analyzes this market depending on its market segments, major geographies, and current market trends. The report […]

15 April 2014 Authorities, Technology

Oceanlinx’s greenWAVE wave energy generator, which was damaged during a towing operation last month, is currently stranded off Carrickalinga Beach in South Australia. South Australian Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) recently warned that the wave energy generator is posing a significant safety risk: "The structure is designed to convert wave energy and in […]

30 July 2013

ResearchMoz.us include new market research report 'Marine Power (Wave and Tidal) - Installed Capacity, Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE), Profiles of Technology Developers and Key Country Analysis to 2030' to its huge collection of research reports. Marine Power (Wave and Tidal) Installed Capacity, Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE), Profiles of Technology Developers and Key Country […]

10 January 2013

Reportlinker.com announced a new market research report "Marine Power (Wave and Tidal) - Installed Capacity, Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE), Profiles of Technology Developers and Key Country Analysis to 2030." This is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists that offer comprehensive information and understanding of the marine energy industry. The report provides […]

31 October 2012 R&D

Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report ("Marine Power (Wave and Tidal) - Installed Capacity, Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE), Profiles of Technology Developers and Key Country Analysis to 2030") by GlobalData is available in its catalogue. "Marine Power (Wave and Tidal) - Installed Capacity, Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE), Profiles of Technology Developers […]

17 October 2012

It is estimated that harnessing a small portion of marine energy could solve the world’s energy crisis to a great extent, and Australia’s vast coastline alone is estimated to hold the potential to produce four times the nation’s power needs, claims a new report by energy experts GlobalData. The new report* states that the Southern […]

16 October 2012

Collaborations between the US power industry and academia to develop new technologies for marine power generation are closer than ever before, states a new report by energy experts GlobalData. The new report shows that the US is working to conduct extensive testing of wave and tidal power devices in open waters, while various universities are […]