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Germany to get the world’s first zero-emission passenger train powered by hydrogen fuel

Germany will be the first country in the world to boast a zero-emission passenger train powdered entirely by hydrogen fuel. Designed by French company Alstom, and recently unveiled at the Berlin InnoTrans trade show, the innovative "hydrail" is being built for the Buxtehude-Bremervörde-Bremerhaven-Cuxhaven line in Germany's Lower Saxony region. According to developers, the train will…

Airline Develops Zero-Emission Hydrogen Fuel System For Aircraft-3

European airline develops zero-emission hybrid hydrogen fuel system for aircraft

European airline easyJet is working with Cranfield University students to develop an advanced hybrid hydrogen fuel system that can function at zero emissions. If adopted, the technology could help save up to 50,000 tonnes (around 55,115 tons) of aircraft fuel each year, while also reducing environmentally-harmful CO2 emissions. According to the developers, the system will…

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