Rail renewal project goes diesel-free

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As reported by Air Quality news, a rail renewal project in Wales has broken new ground by operating almost entirely diesel-free. The joint initiative by Network Rail and Colas Rail used solar lighting and battery technologies instead of diesel generators during a 14-day regeneration project in Llanwern, South Wales. The scheme managed to operate 97% diesel-free, saving almost 6,000 litres of fuel and over 15 tonnes of CO2 emissions.

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