Renewable Energy World.com is running the following story on Alice Springs:
A town called Alice: How CPV is springing up in Australia.
by Brian Elmer
Published 27 July 2010
London -- Located in the arid desert region in the heart of Australia, the small town of Alice Springs, with a population of 28,000 is normally best known as the jump off point for one of Australia's best known natural icons, Uluru (the geological formation formerly known as Ayers Rock). Located about 500 km to the south west (considered a short distance in the vast reaches of the Northern Territory Outback) Uluru attracts some 400,000 visitors per year. Over the last few years though, Alice Springs has been attracting attention for another reason, its development of world-leading expertise in its use of one of the region's other natural and abundant resources – solar energy.
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