(ANSA) – ROME, APRIL 05 – Photovoltaic systems in stations where permitted and where the landscape constraints of the Superintendencies do not exist, linked to traditional historical buildings. This is one of the tools with which the Ferrovie dello Stato Group aims to reduce the cost of energy by increasing sustainability more and more. This is what we read in a Group Report which explains that in addition to the new parking at Roma Termini, the roofs of the central Naples car park, the Roma Tiburtina and Palermo stations for a total of 40 thousand meters will also become environmentally friendly. panels to be used for photovoltaic systems, capable of covering 10% of the consumption of the station requirements.
In all, 30 million square meters of non-fertile soil that the Group has identified in areas adjacent to roads and railways that could be used from a green perspective. Some of these areas, like the vast part of the Group’s real estate assets, are located in the center of the cities, close to the stations: for these, planting actions are planned, green corridors that contribute to redevelop urban systems from a green perspective, ensuring the balance between built-up areas and green areas.
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