Solar Pulls into New Brooklyn Train Station

Coney Island, New York City is now home to a new and ambitious European-Style train terminal that features a prominent Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) solar energy system. The USD 300 million terminal’s signature element is a 75,000-square-foot glass canopy, made up of 2,730 solar-energy panels, which hover over eight tracks and four platforms, all completely rebuilt. An article in the New York Times, with accompanying photographs, takes an in-depth look at the structure. See the full article at the following link.
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