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1/04/2017

World's first zero-emissions hydrogen train unveiled in Germany.

World's first zero-emissions hydrogen train unveiled in Germany.

Train is powered by hydrogen fuel cell and emits nothing but steam and condensed water, making it a much quieter and eco-friendly alternative. The train claims speeds of up to 87 miles per hour and a hydrogen storage capacity for a 497-mile range. Excess energy is stored with onboard lithium batteries. Hydrogen used by the train came from waste by-products from the chemical industry and other manufacturers. Reference The Coradia iLint, developed by Alstom

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