Energy challenge will drive traction policy

The rail industry must reduce its energy consumption, for both environmental reasons and to contain the increasing cost of energy. Alternative fuels offer few advantages, and the best option may be to capitalise on strategies being adopted by the electricity generation industry to reduce carbon emissions, suggests Professor Roger Kemp ...

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