Remote Tasmanian island to be powered by ‘blowhole’ energy that harnesses waves

Technology that harnesses wave energy through a “blowhole” is being tested at a remote Tasmanian island in a project backed by federal grants and investors.

When the mostly above-water unit is connected in about a month, King Island in Bass Strait will be powered by three renewables – wave, wind and solar.


Image: Simon Maisch, Unsplash 




by Australian Associated Press, The Guardian

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