First Alstom hydrogen train arrives on Rhine-Main network

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Great to see the development of the trains now being used in Germany as the first trains.

Victoria finally moving on Hydrogen and for train development?

Works have begun on Australia’s first fully integrated hydrogen fuel cell research and development facility at Deakin University’s Warrnambool campus, under the Andrews Labor Government’s ongoing support of fuel cell and renewable technology.

Minister for Training and Skills and Higher Education Gayle Tierney today visited Deakin’s Warrnambool campus to turn the first sod on the Hycel Technology Hub site, a cornerstone facility within Deakin’s $23m hydrogen research and innovation program.

The Hycel Technology Hub project will see the construction of one of Australia’s first regional hydrogen hubs in Warrnambool. The research facility will see the development, assembly, testing, and demonstration of fuel cells, with a focus on developing fuel cells for transport and heavy vehicles, as well as trains or boats.

The project will include the construction of a new 2200 square metre facility at the Warrnambool campus with specialised fuel cell assembly and testing equipment, a heavy vehicle integration bay, training facilities and a multi-functional space for education and demonstration activities.
Victorian Government

First Alstom hydrogen train arrives on Rhine-Main network

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