About Triton


> Technology Partner – Carnegie Wave Energy Ltd

Carnegie Wave Energy Ltd (Carnegie) (ASX: CWE) has been developing its proprietary CETO™ wave energy technology for ten years at a total cost of AU$65 million. The Perth Wave Energy Project, which supplied electricity to HMAS Stirling, Australia’s largest naval base, was the first grid-connected demonstration of Carnegie’s CETO™ wave energy technology. 3 CETO 5 units were installed in 2014. The next generation CETO 6 unit has a targeted 1 MW capacity, with the first installation also planned for Perth. In 2014, Carnegie was awarded a wave energy berth at the purpose built Wave Hub facility in Hayle, Cornwall, UK. The existing subsea electrical cables and grid connection at this site will allow Carnegie to construct an up to 10MW CETO grid-connected project. For more information on these projects, see www.carnegiewave.com

> Engineering Partner – AMEC

Project partner AMEC (LSE: AMEC) is a British engineering and project management company with offices in forty countries and a customer base primarily in the oil and gas, minerals and metals, clean energy, environment, and infrastructure markets. AMEC has considerable experience in more than 120 facilities, encompassing offshore renewable energy development, design, permitting, and analysis.  www.amec.com