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International Interest in Croatian Solar Bus Stop

Solar Bus Stop (photo: Energomobil)

Solar Bus Stop (photo: Energomobil)

Some great Croatian technology capturing attention around the world…

There has been interest from abroad in a solar-powered bus stop entirely designed and manufactured in Croatia.

Based in Velika Gorica near the capital Zagreb, Energomobil have attracted interest in their fully autonomous bus stop facilitate gives commuters the possibility of charging cell phones and tablets, and using Wi-fi while waiting for the bus.

“We have been contacted by the United Arab Emirates whose Ministry of Transport was presented with our solar bus stops and there is interest to place them in Abu Dhabi. There has also been interest from Egypt, Greece and a number of African countries. There has been a lot of interest from all over for this product, which there are not many currently on the market,” Energomobil Director Marija Mrvelj told Poslovni.hr.

(photo: Energomobil)

(photo: Energomobil)

Lighting on bus stops, which cost 25.500 kuna excluding VAT a unit, is powered by photovoltaic modules and smart system ENERGOSMART.

Energomobil, who employ a team of 25 young engineers and managers also manufacturer solar trees, solar street lights, solar benches and solar canopies.

“Our vision is simple: to bring renewable energy sources closer to each individual and to improve and make life easier for our citizens.”

Check out Energomobil’s products on their website here.

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