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Ore trains in Sweden traveling down to the coast generate five times the amount of electricity they use, powering nearby towns and the return trip for other trains: Is this conversion to electricity energy brilliant?

Ore trains in Sweden traveling down to the coast generate five times the amount of electricity they use, powering nearby towns and the return trip for other trains: Is this conversion to electricity energy brilliant?
  • Yes, great energy conversion.

    Yes, this energy conversion is brilliant. It is great because besides doing a task they are also making electricity. This conversion helps power cities and other trains and they have enough energy left over. It's a great way to help the environment by switching the way they travel and produce energy.

  • I think this conversion to electricity is brilliant

    Sweden has developed something with Ore trains that I'm embarrassed to say the U.S. isn't even close or interested in developing. We like to claim that the U.S. is the world leader in technology and science but something as practical and useful as trains that generate more electricity than they use and power towns is incredible. I think focus in the U.S. is lost, and as a result our talents are being wasted on frivolous things.

  • It is sum positive.

    This is a wonderful way to provide both transportation and energy. It's impressive that the Swedish trains found a way to do this while providing help for the neighboring towns as well. Perhaps in the future energy will not be so expensive as a result. The Swedish are moving forward.

  • Yes, i agree.

    Yes, it is brilliant. This idea of conversion of electricity energy is the bet thing to the people in Sweden. This is because when the Ore Trains travel down to the coast, they actually generate five times the amount of electricity that they use. This helps in powering the nearby towns and the return trip for other trains.

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