The world’s first hydrogen train arrives in France

The world’s first hydrogen passenger train made its debut on French railways on Monday, September 6, and the country’s transport minister hailed it as the future of green public transport. Built by the French firm Alstom and already in service in Germany, the train uses a fuel cell to convert hydrogen stored on its roof into electricity, and the only emissions produced come in the form of steam and water.

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