The Ferguson Plan

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

This will put Australia firmly on track to meet a target of zero emissions by 2020.


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