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Some of the UK's trains could be running on solar power by 2020
by Eleanor Peake
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5 December 2017
On 5 December 2017 Wired.co.uk reported:
If you live south of London, chances are your train journey could soon be powered by solar energy. ... New research by Imperial College and green energy charity 10:10, has found that solar energy could supply ten per cent of the power needed to fuel the UK's DC-powered rail routes. On top of this, six per cent of the London Underground's energy demand could also be supplied by solar-power.
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By using direct current (DC) rail systems, the solar energy, which is also DC, would not need to be converted to and from alternating current (AC) systems, saving an estimated [British Pounds] 4.5 million per year.
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