Alstom and Eversholt Rail have today unveiled the design for a new hydrogen train for the UK market, amid reports the firms are close to announcing a deal that would see the low emission trains running on UK tracks within two years. The train, dubbed the ‘Breeze’, will entail the conversion of existing Class 321 passenger trains so they can run on hydrogen, thereby emitting only water and vapour rather than CO2 or harmful diesel emissions.
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Hydrogen-powered trains could run on British railways as early as 2022, as plans to introduce fuel cell technology to the network gather pace.
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