Tower of power

O'Neill, Graeme
December 2001
Bulletin with Newsweek;12/11/2001, Vol. 119 Issue 6305, p44
Focuses on the plan of the head of EnviroMission Roger Davey to build the tallest structure to siphon solar energy from arid landscape in Victoria. Purpose of the structure; Changes in the green gas emissions generated by the construction of the tower; Attitude of the Australians toward renewable energy.


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