Major Japan railway now on renewable energy

A Japanese railway company, Tokyu, says it now uses just solar and other renewable energy to power its sprawling train service. That means the emissions of carbon dioxide for its network of seven train lines and one tram service, plus all its stations, stand at zero as of April 1. (April 27)

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