now operational in germany.
world's first train powered entirely by hydrogen :
Coradia iLint, the first hydrogen train in the world, was unveiled by a French company Alstom
The German transportation industry was given a boost in 2012 when LNVG, a public transportation agency, began looking for alternatives to diesel trains.
In Bremervörde, Lower Saxony, Germany, the train has begun operating on the world's first 100% hydrogen train route for passenger service.
This regional train runs at a low noise level and only emits steam and condensed water.
Coradia iLint, the first hydrogen train in the world, exemplifies this firm's commitment to green and clean travel while utilizing cutting-edge technology.
This innovation will help build the world's greenest rail system. According to the CEO of Alstom, the company has a clear goal of dominating the market for alternative rail technologies.
these trains can travel at a top speed of 140 kph (87mph), the average speed on the route is much lower, between 80 and 120 kph.
The equivalent of 9.9 pounds (4.5 kg) of diesel can be achieved with just 2.2 pounds (1 kg) of hydrogen fuel. Each train can run continuously all day on just one hydrogen tank.