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Termini Station’s green renovation

depuis 14 Janvier 2024 à 31 Mars 2024

Rome’s Stazione Termini is the most important and largest railway station in Italy: active since 1864 – although the current building with the long iconic canopy dates back to 1950 – it is a crossroads visited every day by hundreds of thousands of people, including tourists and Romans. The square in the forefront is currently the subject of one of the pivotal interventions of the Jubilee of 2025, with a view to the urban and functional redevelopment of the area, but the station proper is also looking to the future while investing in sustainability.

With an investment of 2.5 million euros, Grandi Stazioni Rail, the Fs group company that manages Italy’s main railway stations, is in fact aiming to reduce energy consumption and atmospheric emissions by greening the station. In fact, a large photovoltaic system is being installed on the roof of the new multi-story parking lot located above the tracks at Roma Termini. Once fully operational, over 1,000 high-efficiency solar panels will generate a total power of about 0.5 megawatt peak, with the possibility of expansion at a later stage. Thanks to this intervention, it will be possible to generate about 700,000 kWh of clean energy per year in the first phase, which will cover 7 percent of the station’s needs. The work is expected to be completed by mid-2024.

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