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November 29, 2011

TriMet installing solar panels along rail line

The 253 solar modules will be installed at the agency's South Terminus MAX substation and signal-communications building. When completed, the project will produce more than 67,000 kilowatts of power annually, offsetting energy used by site lighting and two light rail electrical systems buildings.


July 15, 2011

Toledo’s TARTA receives FTA grant for solar panels

The $1 million in funding will help the agency build a solar panel array at its headquarters and replace the facility's lights with modern, energy-efficient equipment.


June 8, 2010

Southern Calif. transit adds SmartPark solar panels

System consists of a fixed structure that provides outdoor covered parking with a minimal amount of installation work. The end results will be a savings in operating costs of more than $90,000 at current electricity rates.


April 27, 2009

L.A. Metro completes transit solar panel installation

Will reduce purchase of utility power, which is anticipated to reduce carbon emissions by more than 3,700 metric tons, equivalent to planting more than 550 acres of trees and taking more than 600 cars off the road.


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