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Australian solar plant to have world's largest power storage capacity

Japanese joint venture to pitch in on $1bn plant

The joint venture between two major Japanese power providers has invested in renewable-energy projects abroad, such as this Indian solar farm. (Photo courtesy of JERA)

TOKYO -- A roughly $1 billion solar energy project in Australia will employ one of the biggest power storage facilities in the world, with Japanese and Western companies contributing funds.

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