A unique new way to generate electric power from solar energy is being advanced by an Australian company, in partnership with a California-based company. The development could be of interest to auto makers, which are searching for "clean" methods to generate electricity to produce hydrogen for future fuel cell vehicles. The system is based on a 420-ft. (128-m) diameter concrete chimney that is 3,000 ft. (914 m) tall and contains 32 wind turbines expected to generate 200 ...
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