Sydney solar plant saved by nuclear suitor Silex

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New owner re-opens southern hemisphere's largest solar panel manufacturing plant

The biggest solar panel factory in the southern hemisphere re-opened in Sydney, Australia yesterday after being rescued from closure by a nuclear research firm. Nuclear energy specialist Silex bought...

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