Germany: First fuel cell train takes up regular service
A hydrogen fuel cell train built by Alstom has taken up regular service in Germany – a world first, the company claims. They had tested the Coradia iLint since 2017 and the train is now ready to carry passengers across Lower Saxony as a regular service.Weiterlesen
Germany funds fuel cell train development with €12 millions
Siemens, Ballard Power Systems, and RWTH Aachen University will receive 12 million euros in funding through the German government. The partners are to develop efficient fuel cells for Siemens Mireo trains and want to put them in service by 2021.Weiterlesen
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Job motor Volt: Battery maker LG Chem is looking to hire 40 new employees at its facility in Holland, Michigan. There, production of batteries for the new generation Chevrolet Volt is set to start, hence the need for more hands, be it for maintenance or even engineering.
Controlled Power Technologies (CPT) will showcase its water cooled compressor called COBRA at the 19th Supercharging Conference in Dresden this week. The hybrid system is designed for trucks and buses looking to reduce their carbon emissions.
Fuel cell trains for Germany: Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia and Baden-Württemberg signed letters of intent with Alstom Transport to start trials of fuel cell trains by 2018. Alstom hopes this to be the start of a broader initiative that could see up to 40 hydrogen regional trains running in Germany by 2020.
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