Industrial gas giant Linde has taken forward its aims to advance hydrogen-powered transport following the announcement that it has inaugurated the world’s first hydrogen refuelling system for passenger trains.
Equipped with a total capacity of around 1.6 tonnes of hydrogen per day, Linde’s proprietary hydrogen refuelling system will refuel 14 hydrogen-powered passenger trains, enabling each train to run for 1,000 km on a single refuelling.
The new emission-free trains will replace the existing diesel-powered trains that make up Bremervorde’s rail network in Germany.
Designed with the transition towards green fuels in mind, the system will feature the ability to integrate future on-site green hydrogen generation.
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