Thailand's First Solar-Powered Bus Stop

Thailand's First Solar-Powered Bus Stop
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Thailand has opened its first air-conditioned bus stop powered by solar energy. The bus stop is called "Sabuy Square" and is located at Seacon Square shopping center in Bangkok. It was built to help conserve energy and protect the environment. The bus stop has many features such as free WiFi, USB charging ports, and a drinking water machine. It can hold up to 40 people and is open every day from 6am to 11pm.
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Thailand has opened its first air-conditioned bus stop powered by solar energy. The bus stop is called "Sabuy Square" and is located at Seacon Square shopping center in Bangkok. It was built to help conserve energy and protect the environment. The bus stop has many features such as free WiFi, USB charging ports, and a drinking water machine. It can hold up to 40 people and is open every day from 6am to 11pm.
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Thailand’s first air-con bus stop launched
The country’s first air-conditioned bus stop powered by solar energy has attracted many happy commuters since it was officially launched on Thursday at Seacon Square shopping centre in Prawet district of Bangkok.
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