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Inhabitat checks out the world's largest solar bridge at Blackfriars
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13 August 2012
On 13 August 2012 Inhabitat.com reported:
London's Blackfriars Tube station is on its way to becoming the world's largest solar bridge. Stretching across South Bank a stone's throw from the Tate Modern, the busy station, built by Solarcentury, has already reached the halfway point to completion. Heavy scaffolding is slowly being removed to reveal the 4,400 solar panels that will serve the station, pumping 900,000 kWh of solar energy back into the grid each year. The solar powerhouse will also reduce CO2 emissions by 511 tonnes per year, all while promptly serving commuters with uninterrupted service around the city.
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