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Australia takes first step towards green aluminum

ALUMINIUM specialist Alcoa has been handed $11.3 million from the federal government to electrify its Western Australian alumina refining operations using renewable energy.

 Alcoa has been granted $11.3 million to electrify its refining process at its bauxite project in Western Australia.

Alcoa has been granted $11.3 million to electrify its refining process at its bauxite project in Western Australia.

  The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) announced it would grant Alcoa the cash to electrify its steam process involved in alumina refining at its Wangerup facility. Alcoa will use the cash...

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