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NORTH Bundaberg resident Adrian Wone, 74, decided to become an independent candidate for Hinkler as a lobbying attempt, and not because he believes he can win the election. The former cane farmer says in a low voice that he is "a little camera shy", hates politicians, and believes this story should focus on the need for a local ethanol power plant to generate renewable and cheap electricity rather than on himself. On Monday night at the candidates forum he blasted the News Mail for ignoring his idea for years, which relies on the pioneering technology used in Brazil which has a capacity of 87 Megawatts.
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