Energy-harvesting technology lets the train take the strain

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Pilot project aims to collect energy from braking trains and feed it into the grid

One of the oldest rail lines in the US will soon become home to a cutting-edge energy-harvesting technology that promises to recover the energy lost by braking trains and feed it into the grid. Philadelphia-based...

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