The plane's pair of lithium-ion batteries can keep it in the air for about an hour.
They'll have more than 100 days to get this one up and running, though.
"South Australia is set to have back-up power in place this summer through the world's largest lithium ion battery.”
"If it's not renewable, it's going to run out at some point."
The battery will be used to store solar power for a water disinfection plant.
"The agency will be the anchor for our domestic coordination and the front door for our international engagement."
You won’t need to worry about your own battery dying along the way.
Clean energy is on the rise in the land Down Under.
This renewable ecosystem on wheels is currently touring Australia. Take a peek inside.
The network of fast-charging stations will stretch nearly 2,000 km.
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