Hydrogen Trains

 

Hydrogen trains, which convert hydrogen into electric energy in fuel cells, are an alternative to diesel trains where electrification has not yet taken place or where the number of trains is sufficiently low / their speed is sufficiently low to make electrification not viable. Hydrogen trains have the advantage over diesel that they are emission-free at the point of use.
This section features suppliers who manufacture components for hydrogen trains, such as fuel cells, hydrogen storage tanks or the necessary power systems.

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AECOM Signs MoU to Develop Hydrogen-Powered Railway in Central Italy

AECOM Signs MoU to Develop Hydrogen-Powered Railway in Central It...

AECOM has signed a memorandum of understanding to upgrade Italy’s Apennine diesel railway with hydrogen trains.

Alstom and Plastic Omnium to Develop Onboard Hydrogen Storage Systems for the Rail Sector

Alstom and Plastic Omnium to Develop Onboard Hydrogen Storage Sys...

Alstom and Plastic Omnium have signed a MoU to work together on the development of high-end hydrogen storage systems for the railway sector.

Coradia iLint Hydrogen Train Runs in France for the First Time

Coradia iLint Hydrogen Train Runs in France for the First Time

Alstom has run its Coradia iLint hydrogen train in France for the first time. The event took place at a railway test centre.

Alstom Promotes Hydrogen Trains as a Route to Sustainable Mobility in the Middle East and North Africa

Alstom Promotes Hydrogen Trains as a Route to Sustainable Mobilit...

Alstom is working closely with transportation authorities in MENA, showcasing sustainable mobility solutions including its hydrogen train.

Alstom Coradia iLint Hydrogen Train Showcased in Sweden for First Time

Alstom Coradia iLint Hydrogen Train Showcased in Sweden for First...

Alstom has run its Coradia iLint hydrogen-powered regional passenger train in Sweden for the first time in Östersund.

Connectivity to Sustainability – the Future of Rail Looks Different

Connectivity to Sustainability – the Future of Rail Looks Diffe...

Cummins explores three ways in which the rail industry’s near future will be different: Connectivity, Power Systems and Sustainability.

Siemens Partners with Academia to Research Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier Technology

Siemens Partners with Academia to Research Liquid Organic Hydroge...

Siemens Mobility and HI ERN have signed an MoU to research use of Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC) technology in rail transport.

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