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This Week in Solar: Solar Trust Centre Weekly Recap

Here are some solar news stories you may have missed from this week. Click on the links to read these stories in more detail.

1. Australia Will Petition For France to Reconsider Building Wind Farms In WWI Battle Site

Australian Veterans Affairs Minister Dan Tehan said that he will talk with the French government about the plan despite fears that any unmarked graves could be destroyed.

2. Solar Wallpaper Gets Power Through Photosynthesis

The research team describes their invention as a 2-in-1 bio-battery and solar panel. They stated that an iPad-sized piece of this solar wallpaper can provide enough electricity to power small devices like a digital clock or an LED bulb.

3. South Australia Will Have The Cheapest Electricity Price In The Country

Because of an increase in gas generation, South Australia will now have the cheapest electricity price in Australia.

4. Antarctic Research Station Back to Diesel Power After Wind Turbine Collapse

The Australian researchers discovered the head of the turbine had fallen to the ground at about 9:00 pm last Tuesday. Dr. Rob Wooding, the general manager of the Australian Antarctic Division, said that, thankfully, no one got hurt.

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