Hydrogen trains in Germany
Germany breaks ground on the world’s first hydrogen filling station for passenger trains.
The town of Bremervörde in Lower Saxony, Germany, has broken ground on the world’s first hydrogen filling station for passenger trains. Chemical company Linde will construct and operate the hydrogen filling station for the Lower Saxony Regional Transport Company.
The station has a daily capacity of approximately 1,600kg of hydrogen, and it will replace the current mobile filling station, according to Railway Technology.
Construction is expected to start in September, and the station’s completion is planned for mid-2021.