Fortescue looks to Infinity and beyond with gravity-powered battery train

Fortescue's Infinity Train would capture regenerated energy from loaded downhill runs and store it to power the returning empty trains.

AUSTRALIA: Mining company Fortescue and its recently acquired Williams Advanced Engineering business have announced plans for the Infinity Train, which is intended to capture regenerated energy from loaded downhill runs and store it to power the returning empty trip.

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