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Darwin Could Be Site Of Australia’s First Battery “Gigafactory”

Darwin is set to play host to Australia’s very own – and mostly likely it’s first – solar powered battery “giga-factory,” after local renewables outfit Energy Renaissance said it had received support from the Northern Territory government for its proposed 1GWh lithium-ion battery manufacturing plant Darwin Could Be Site Of Australia’s First Battery “Gigafactory” was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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