Emission-free trains to support railway reopening

Alstom's Salzgitter plant is leading the development of the fuel cell multiple-unit concept; it already assembles DMUs for many regional operators in Germany.

GERMANY: A letter of intent was signed on March 19 between Alstom Transport and the municipality of Calw in the Land of Baden-Württemberg paving the way for emission-free fuel cell trainsets to operate on the so-called Hermann-Hesse line from 2018.

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