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Alstom and PKN ORLEN to Cooperate on Hydrogen Trains in Poland

Alstom and PKN ORLEN, a Polish manufacturer and distributor of fuel products, have signed a strategic co-operation agreement for the supply of zero-emission trains and hydrogen fuel. The two companies will co-operate to deliver zero-emission hydrogen solutions for public rail operators. Under the agreement, Alstom will be responsible for supplying …

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Clean Air Power demonstrates Freightliner Class 66 locomotive running on combination of diesel, biogas and hydrogen

    UK-based Clean Air Power has demonstrated a Freightliner Class 66 locomotive running on hydrogen to reduce its carbon emission output. Clean Air Power achieved this by fitting the Class 66 with its precision injection technology, allowing the two-stroke diesel locomotive to run on a combination of diesel, biogas …

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Siemens Mobility and Deutsche Bahn present new hydrogen train

Deutsche Bahn and Siemens Mobility have presented the newly developed Mireo Plus H and a newly designed mobile hydrogen storage trailer.  Siemens Mobility – The Mireo Plus H train Deutsche Bahn (DB) and Siemens Mobility have premiered the newly developed Mireo Plus H, the next-generation hydrogen-powered train, and a newly …

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ATCO to build fuelling stations for CP Rail’s hydrogen program

Canadian Pacific Railway trains sit idle on the train tracks due to the strike at the main CP Rail train yard in Toronto on Monday, March 21, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette   CALGARY — ATCO Group says it has reached a deal with Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. to build …

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Hybari hydrogen fuel cell train to begin its first Japanese trial

JR East passenger rail operator will start safety testing the first hydrogen train in Japan. JR East, formerly known as East Japan Railway, will start the safety tests for Japan’s first hydrogen fuel cell train before the close of March, said a report from the World Platinum Investment Council. Hitachi …

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Three Differently Fueled Vehicles to Enter Super Taikyu Series 2022

Toyota City, Japan, March 19, 2022―Today the Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) announced its team setup, as well as efforts in producing, transporting and using hydrogen and carbon-neutral fuel, for the Super Taikyu Series 2022 Powered by Hankook Round 1 Suzuka 5-Hour Endurance Race (Suzuka 5-Hour Race), which takes place from …

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Siemens and Bavaria sign hydrogen leasing agreement

REPRESENTATIVES of Bavarian Regional Rail (BRB) and Siemens Mobility signed a leasing contract for a prototype hydrogen train in Bavaria on March 15 in the presence of Bavaria’s economic affairs minister, Mr Hubert Aiwanger, and transport minister, Mr Christian Bernreiter. The lease agreement follows the signing of a letter of …

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JR East set to trial Hydrogen multiple unit

EAST Japan Railway (JR East) is set to commence trials with a hydrogen-battery hybrid two-car Hybari multiple unit on sections of the 45km Tokyo – Kawasaki Nambu and 7km Tsurumi – Ogimachi lines at the end of this month. JR East has developed the train, the first such vehicle to …

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Japan Rail East tests Hydrogen-Hybrid Train

East Japan Railway Co. (JR East) revealed a hydrogen-powered test train on Friday, equipped with an advanced fuel cell and battery system. The first such test train in Japan has been named HYBARI, which stands for Hydrogen-Hybrid Advanced Rail Vehicle for Innovation. JR East will conduct test runs for the …

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Russia’s H2 Train plan: ‘about the right infrastructure’

Russia is currently building a fleet of new hydrogen-based freight locomotives, completely in line with the recently approved state strategy towards hydrogen energy in the Russian Federation. But only by building new locomotives the shift to renewable energy has not been made. Building a facilitating infrastructure is just as important, …

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