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Under the agreement, Stadler will develop the hydrogen-powered train, which will consist of two cars on either side of a power pack that will hold the fuel cells and hydrogen tanks. The train is expected to have seating capacity for 108 passengers and additional standing room, with a maximum speed of up to 130km/h.
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