The Ferguson Plan

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-'''The Ferguson Plan''' is a bold initiative to construct 20 Solar Thermal power stations across Australia to produce 5 gigawatts of baseload electrical power.+'''The Ferguson Plan''' is a bold initiative to construct [[Large scale solar power|20 solar thermal power stations]] across Australia to produce 5 gigawatts of baseload electrical power.
-This will be an enduring legacy of Australian Energy and Resources Minister Martin Ferguson.+This will be an enduring legacy Martin Ferguson, Minister for Resources, Energy and Tourism in Australia.
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The Ferguson Plan is a bold initiative to construct 20 solar thermal power stations across Australia to produce 5 gigawatts of baseload electrical power.

This will be an enduring legacy Martin Ferguson, Minister for Resources, Energy and Tourism in Australia.


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