A world-first power plant aimed at solving Mildura's rhombus of regret
2 monthes ago - By Sydney Morning Herald
The sunlight shines especially bright in Mildura, yet solar farms here have made huge losses. The Australian company behind a world-first solar hydropower plant is hoping to provide a solution.
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