Brooklyn subway station reconstructed as city's first solar-powered terminal

08/1/2005 | GreenerBuildings

New York City has its first solar-powered train terminal in the form of Brooklyn's reconstructed Stillwell Avenue subway station, which features a 76,000-square-foot solar roof. The roof, built by RWE Schott Solar, is expected to contribute about 250,000 kilowatt hours a year for the station's non-traction power needs.

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