In September 2018, Germany unveiled a world-first: a hydrogen-powered train, running along a 100km (62-mile) route through Lower Saxony, in the northwest of the country. Using a fuel-cell powertrain for propulsion, it can travel roughly 600 miles (1,000km) on one tank. French manufacturer Alstom has plans to bring a further 14 vehicles into operation by 2021, in a move away from regular diesel operations….
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