Santiago Metro To Run on Solar

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Metro-de-Santiago

The Metro of Santiago, Chile, will be the first public transport system to run mostly on solar energy, after a new agreement signed with Total and SunPower. It has signed the power purchase agreement
for the supply of 300 GWh annually of clean solar energy for its public transport network.

This should make the Metro of Santiago the world’s first public transport system to run mostly on solar energy, which is good news for the system’s
2.2 million daily passengers.

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