From using excess heat to warm homes to installing trackside solar panels, here’s how Transport for London is turning the Tube green. Transport for London uses more electricity than anything else in the city. The Underground and Overground rail networks alone consume an astonishing 1.2 terawatt-hours each year, enough to power around 360,000 homes. Then there are buses, trams and an array of other infrastructure. Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, has pledged to make the capital carbon ...
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