PKP Energetyka’s energy storage system will allow them to produce, store and use green hydrogen for railroad purposes.
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Deutsche Bahn and Siemens Mobility have presented the newly developed Mireo Plus H and a newly designed mobile hydrogen storage trailer.
Around 100 years ago, electrification allowed Swiss railways to say goodbye to fossil energy sources for the first time. Step by step, ‘white coal’, i.e. hydropower, replaced coal as the primary energy source. This is now happening for a second time – with all fossil fuels being replaced by renewables…
The RIA Northern Ireland have published a manifesto that sets out four key recommendations for rail, ahead of the country’s assembly elections.
The Alstom and ENGIE partnership will replace diesel-powered locomotives with hydrogen versions, with European rail freight countries being the target market.
With the European Union focusing more on confronting climate change, Jonathan Cutuli, Public Affairs Manager at UNIFE, explains the key role that alternative fuels can play for the rail sector in lowering GHG emissions and how investment is key to producing greener results.
For Global Railway Review, David J. Murray-Smith, Honorary Senior Research Fellow and Emeritus Professor at the James Watt School of Engineering for the University of Glasgow, details the flaws in current simulation models for hybrid trains and explores how they can be corrected.
The two-car hydrogen-powered trainset will be presented to the public in the spring of 2022, with pilot tests beginning from mid-2023 on Bayerische Regiobahn routes.
Poland's first railway traction micro-system using electrolysers is to be built thanks to tender published by the company.
Alstom and Hungary’s leading oil and gas company have signed an agreement to cooperate in examining the use of hydrogen technology in rail transportation in Hungary.
To optimise hydrogen systems in the railway industry, Alstom and Liebherr have signed a collaboration agreement that plans to improve the reliability, durability, power density, and cost of fuel cells.
As a national leader in technology and partner to global railway associations, Russian Railways (RZD) is implementing international projects focused on sustainable development. Here, Sergey Kobzev, First Deputy General Director and Chief Engineer of RZD, responsible for environmental protection issues, reduction of the carbon footprint and ensuring compliance with international…
Transport is currently the largest contributor to UK greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and, as a result, decarbonisation is a key priority for the industry. In July 2021, the UK government published its Transport Decarbonisation Plan (TDP) – its ‘greenprint’ – detailing the steps needed for transport to become a net-zero…
Britain’s first mainline-approved hydrogen-train has been operating at Glasgow's COP26 to demonstrate its role in driving the green industrial revolution.