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How Solar Thermal + Storage Won On Cost In South Australia

Originally published on RenewEconomy. By Sophie Vorrath As the South Australian government basks in the glow of procuring a second world-leading and game-changing renewable energy technology project for the state, attention is turning to the finer details of the deal; in particular, how a solar tower power plant with molten salt storage won the government [&hellip How Solar Thermal + Storage Won On Cost In South Australia was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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