La Réunion Wave Energy Project The Réunion Island project is a Joint Venture (JV) project between Carnegie and EDF Energies Nouvelles. The project will initially consist of the deployment of a single, autonomous commercial scale unit (stage 1) which will be followed by a 2MW plant (stage 2) and a further expansion of the project to a nominal 15MW installed capacity (stage 3). Stage 1 of the project has been awarded $5M of French Government funding.[when?] Ireland Wave Energy Project Carnegie has signed a formal funding and collaboration agreement[when?] with the Irish Government's Sustainable Energy Association (SEAI) for a €150,000 project to evaluate potential CETO wave sites in Ireland and develop a site specific conceptual design. The project is 50% funded by the SEAI and 50% by Carnegie and forms the first phase of detailed design for a potential 5MW commercial demonstration project in Irish waters. The project was underway in 2011 and is being managed through Carnegie's Irish subsidiary, CETO Wave Energy Ireland Limited. Relationships
Western Australian Government - $12.5m grant for the Perth Wave Energy Project at Garden Island. Australian Department of Defence & Defence Support Group - MoU for Collaboration on a CETO power and water project and offtake. EDF EN - Northern Hemisphere CETO Power licensee and JV development partner. French Government - $5m grant for Carnegie/EDF EN Stage 1 Réunion Island power project. DCNS - Northern HemisphereEPCM partner. Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland - Collaboration agreement & concept funding for a 5MW Irish CETO power project. British Columbia Government - Grant of $2 million for a Canadian CETO project. Australian National Centre of Excellence in Desalination - Desalination research project with funding granted.
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