Repsol and Talgo have signed an agreement to support the development of hydrogen-powered trains in the Iberian Peninsula.
A Talgo Avril unit has reached a key milestone in the very high-speed train's homologation process by exceeding 363 kilometres per hour.
Talgo has secured a contract from Renfe to manufacture 26 new variable gauge and 330 km/h commercial speed powerheads (locomotives).
Danish State Railways has chosen to exercise an option from its contract with Talgo to add additional carriages to its train order.
The University of Extremadura in Spain will work with Talgo to develop the visual identity of the TPH2 hydrogen test train.
Talgo has started the dynamic testing of its very high-speed train, the Talgo Avril. All 30 units will go to Spain's national operator Renfe.
Talgo has unveiled its plans to get into the hydrogen train market, with the Talgo Vittal-One, named in honour of hydrogen's atomic number.