A high-speed rail line that takes passengers from Paris to Amsterdam has just gotten some solar bling. A two-mile portion of the track is now enclosed in a solar panel-covered tunnel.
The stretch of track is located near Antwerp, Belgium. A shelter was constructed around that piece of track to shield the http://www.eastgreenbushlibrary.org/levitra-100-mg trains from falling trees and it's great! buy cialis online cheap debris while passing through a protected forest and then 16,000 solar panels were placed on top to make the most of the tunnel.
The solar array, installed by Belgium-based Enfinity, will help to power the Antwerp station. The panels will produce enough energy to cialis no prescription power all the trains in Belgium for one day per year.
via The Guardian
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