Repsol and Talgo will jointly develop projects to promote the creation of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and promote emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula.
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The groundbreaking Transport Decarbonisation Plan includes the aim to create a net zero rail network by 2050.
Developed by Siemens Mobility, the two-car train is to be tested on the Augsburg-Füssen route, among others, beginning in mid-2023.
Deutsche Bahn's mobile filling station will enable the rapid refuelling of hydrogen trains within 15 minutes, paving the way for climate neutrality.
In partnership with a consortium of specialist suppliers, government funding has been secured to develop a dual-fuel solution for Freightliner's Class 66 locomotive.
By committing to delivering hydrogen train fleet orders, the UK government can support the ‘build back better’ agenda, as well as skilled jobs, investment and growth.
Alstom has debuted its Coradia iLint hydrogen train on the Railway Research Institute's test track to highlight the potential for sustainable transport in Poland.
It is hoped that the development of using hydrogen fuel cells for Russia's railways can help to reduce emissions, noise and vibration.
Anthony M. Watanabe, Head of Growth - Innovation & Smart Mobility at Alstom, explores several different innovation opportunities for further decarbonising the rail value chain, such as energy optimisation and leveraging digitalisation.
Siemens Mobility and the Helmholtz Institute Erlangen-Nuremberg for Renewable Energy have agreed on joint research for the use of Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC) technology in rail transport.
Working with Porterbrook, Network Rail has announced plans to showcase some of the best of British low-carbon train technology at the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow.
Angel Trains has extended its support for the delivery of Scotland’s first hydrogen-powered train by partnering with Arcola Energy and its industry consortium partners on the project.
For Global Railway Review, Dr Ben Todd, Founder and CEO of Arcola Energy, explains the benefits of hydrogen power on the Scottish rail network and details the potential of re-powering existing rolling stock in order to achieve Scotland’s zero emission targets.
A Class 08 shunter will undergo a complete overhaul and receive a new hydrogen power system, marking it as the UK’s first-ever conversion of a diesel locomotive to run on hydrogen power.