Solar Bus Shelter Network Reaches Milestone

November 10, 2003[]In Plymouth, England, the ongoing installation of the reported largest network of solar-powered bus shelters in the world reached a key landmark with the unveiling of the 100th in the network. The installation program, which began early this summer, is set to reach completion, with 300 shelters, by end of the year. JCDecaux and solarcentury specifically designed the solar shelters for the project to further improve the quality of Plymouth’s public transport environment, while making one of the city’s key services more environmentally friendly and cost-effective. The shelters use solar power stored during the day to provide lighting in the evenings and at night.
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