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Solar-powered trains are closer to reality than we might think
by Leo Murray
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15 February 2017
On 15 February 2017 The Guardian reported:
How can we connect solar photovoltaics (PV) directly to railways to power electric trains? That's the question my [Leo Murray's] charity 10:10 and researchers at Imperial College's Energy Futures Lab are trying to answer. There are already over 5,500km of electrified tracks in the UK, with a major electrification programme building or converting hundreds more over the coming decades. ... While our project has been driven by the UK context, direct connection of solar to railways will be a world first that has far wider potential application.
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