The Australian Innovation Challenge: Mineral & Energy Category Finalists

27-28th October 2012

We are very proud to announce that we have been selected as finalists in The Australian Innovation Challenge in association with Shell and supported by the federal Department of Industry, Science, Research and Tertiary Education. The award aims to support the most promising ideas in Australia into commercialisation.
 

Oceanlinx Ltd have been selected by a panel of leading industry experts as one of the most innovative ideas in the competition’s Minerals and Energy category, with all category finalists featured in The Weekend Australian Newspaper. Our entry was focused on greenWAVE, our fixed shallow water unit and our project based in South Australia where we are planning to deploy a 1MW wave energy converter off the coast of Port MacDonnell with the potential to power up to 1,000 homes.

 

Oceanlinx Ltd are in fact the only renewable energy company that have been selected within the Mineral and Energy category, highlighting our position as one of the leading innovative companies in ocean energy as recognised by industry through our unique and pioneering technology.

 

The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony to be held in Sydney on December 11th.

 

Click here to see the article:

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/innovationchallenge/ali-baghaei-greenwave/story-fng1obzy-1226504032128

 

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Oceanlinx Ltd are in fact the only renewable energy company that have been selected within the Mineral and Energy category, highlighting our position as one of the leading innovative companies in ocean energy as recognised by industry through our unique and pioneering technology.

 

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