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Sun Metro installs solar lighting at bus shelters

Bus| April 2, 2012
The solar lighting system was created to provide illumination to poorly lit bus stops in the El Paso area. Thirteen solar lighting units have been installed across the city.

Calif. VTA installs solar power systems

Bus| February 2, 2012
Using a Power Purchase Agreement to finance the systems, it is anticipated that VTA will save $2.7 million in electricity costs over the next 20 years.
Rail| November 28, 2011

New Tri-Rail station to be solar powered

Officials say it will be the first transit station in Florida and one of the first in the nation to be completely supported by solar energy.
Sustainability| November 21, 2011

MARTA unveils solar canopy installation

The solar panels generate enough electricity to offset a significant portion of this facility's annual electricity consumption and have the same environmental benefit as planting more than 285 acres of trees a year.
Bus| July 28, 2011

Riverside, Calif. adds solar power to bus stops

As part of the campaign, posts at selected bus stops are crowned with a solar panel that charges a battery that powers the light-emitting diode, or LED, fixtures.
Rail| July 7, 2011

Valley Metro debuts solar power-cooled station

Placed in a light rail station shelter in downtown Phoenix to provide air-conditioning to commuters. The station is believed to be the first of its kind in the U.S.
Bus| June 17, 2011

Valley Metro to use solar power in cooling system

NRG Thermal LLC is building a system that uses solar power and the company’s downtown district cooling system to provide cooling to the seating areas of the popular 3rd Street/Washington Valley Metro light rail station. Will design and build the system by July 5, the week before the Major League Baseball All-Star game is held in Phoenix.
Motorcoach| October 6, 2010

Bauer introduces solar bus powering system at BusCon

The Solar Bus consists of four thin film solar panels that run the length of the bus and charge an on-board battery bank. When the bus engine is off, the batteries power the air-conditioning and wireless connectivity equipment, enabling the buses to effectively meet anti-idling standards without compromising passenger comfort.
Bus| October 26, 2009

Delaware's DART invests in solar-powered stops, shelters

Agency installs its solar powered bus shelters where the shelter may lie outside the municipal electric power grid, and because the connection and electric usage costs are prohibitive.
Bus| May 21, 2009

DART shelters, stops equipped with solar lighting

Adding lighting at shelters and stops is expensive due to the high cost of electricity, construction costs and the periodic moving or removing of bus stops. These new solar-powered units provide a cost savings and they can be moved or relocated where they are the most effective.

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