Tuesday, 13 December 2022

How Hydrogen Powered Trains Are Transforming Travel in Europe

 In August, the world’s first fleet of hydrogen-powered passenger trains debuted outside of Hamburg, Germany. Manufactured by French mobility company Alstom in a 93 million euro ($96.4 million) deal, the trains run on hydrogen fuel-cell technology that generates electrical energy propulsion for the engines, eliminating the need for fossil fuels. 


Click here to read a posting by Conde Nast Traveller

Click here and here to read previous Focus Transport postings