Just found a brilliant idea that could work for the overheated London Underground…and a couple of Sydney stations as well. Jernhusen, a Swedish real estate company, has come up with a way to harness the heat generated by the thousands of commuters who pass through Central Station in Stockholm every day. The problem of overheating in stations is well documented; in fact, there’s even a blog for London Underground. Here’s an idea we hope our own local government or real estate companies could adopt.
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