Hyundai Rotem, a subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Group specializing in railway, defense, and plant systems, is gearing up for the commercial launch of South Korea’s first hydrogen-powered electric tram.
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Alstom, the global rail transportation leader based in France, is set to bring its hydrogen train to Saudi Arabia later this year, according to a senior company official.
Chinese railway equipment manufacturer CRRC has made a historic move with the unveiling of the world’s first hydrogen-powered metro train. The train, which was unveiled at an event in Shanghai on Chinese Brands Day, has a speed of up to 160 km/h and can travel up to 600 km on a single charge.
The 2023 China Brand Day in Shanghai was a platform for unveiling the world’s first hydrogen energy urban train.
Canadian Pacific Kansas City Limited (CPKC) and Teck Resources Limited have entered into a long-term rail agreement to transport steelmaking coal from Teck’s four operations in southeastern British Columbia.
HDF Energy has teamed up with DIGAS, a locomotive retrofit expert, to accelerate the design and development of diesel locomotive retrofit projects involving hydrogen power. As part of the partnership, HDF has also acquired a minority stake in DIGAS’ capital.
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Calabria, a region in southern Italy, had ambitious plans to lead the experimentation of new hydrogen trains, as part of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) to restart the economy after Covid-19. However, a recent setback has put a significant dent in those plans, as the tender for the supply of eight hydrogen trains, worth a total of 109.6 million euros, has gone unawarded.
A total of six projects to convert diesel trains to hydrogen ones would each receive 300 million euros from the Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport.