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A side view of a Solar Tower in operation at a Solar array located at the CSIRO Energy Centre in Newcastle.

CSIRO has used solar energy to generate hot and pressurised ‘supercritical’ steam, at the highest temperatures ever achieved in the world outside of fossil fuel sources.

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A side view of a solar tower at the CSIRO Energy Centre
A side view of a solar tower at the CSIRO Energy Centre
by CSIRO

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