Alstom will reveal its zero-emission train at Innotrans

Alstom is working on two prototype modified Coradia trainsets to be ready by the end of 2018 for revenue service trials.

The zero-emission train will use hydrogen fuel cells, batteries and energy storage systems to replace a roof-mounted diesel power pack, giving equivalent performance to an electric multiple-unit. The fuel cells will feature proven technology already deployed in the automotive sector, and Alstom will provide software, control and energy storage equipment. 

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