Wave power – New Zealand device secures international certification
Issue 24 – February 2011
A New Zealand developed and designed wave power device has been awarded Statement of Design Feasibility certification by an international certification agency, Det Norske Veritas (DNV).
The Wave Energy Technology – New Zealand (WET-NZ) consortium has been experimenting with a ¼-scale (2 kW) wave power device, which has been deployed off Christchurch since 2006. The WET-NZ consortium comprises Industrial Research Limited (IRL) and Power Projects Limited, a private Wellington-based company.
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DR AS/NZS 3584.3 Diesel engine systems for underground coal mines – Part 3: Maintenance (Revision of AS/NZS 3584.3:2005)
To bring up to date maintenance procedures on diesel engine systems' response to incidents in underground coal mines where maintenance has be a contributing factor, and to control risks to the health and safety of people from the use of diesel engine systems in underground coal mines by providing guidance for maintaining the safety and integrity of diesel engine systems.
Public comment on this draft Standard closes on 24 February 2011