Romania's has its first train station to use monocrystalline photovoltaic panels

by   CIJ News iDesk V
2023-09-14   10:22
/uploads/posts/fd7c5a92f9eae03c117889d9086c892ab525efcc/images/1560922605.jpg

Timișoara Nord railway station is the first in the country where monocrystalline photovoltaic panels have been installed. A total of 116 such panels have been installed as part of the project to modernise Timișoara's main railway station.

"As part of the extensive refurbishment works at the Timișoara Nord railway station, which included the installation of monocrystalline photovoltaic panels, the entire façade of the building complex will be rebuilt over an area of 3. 451 sqm, repair works will be carried out inside the pedestrian tunnel, at platform 1, all electrical installations will be replaced, cooling installations will be installed, and the square in front of the station will be modernly refurbished and will have a lighted fountain," CFR SA reported.

The project to modernise Timisoara North Station is worth RON 21 million. The money comes from CFR Infrastructure's own funds. The works will be completed in August 2024.


Switzerland
Albania
Asia
Austria
Belgium
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Central Europe
China
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Europe
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Spain
Hungary
Italy
Kosovo
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Moldova
Montenegro
Netherland
North Macedonia
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Sweden
Ukraine
United Kingdom
USA