Could this be the turning point for green hydrogen?

Read the full story at GreenBiz.

My biggest geek-out moment during the COP26 gathering in Glasgow, Scotland, last week came in the central train station, where I had the opportunity to briefly tour a 30-year-old passenger train retrofitted to run on hydrogen fuel cells and lithium-ion batteries — up to 300 miles at speeds of up to 100 miles per hour.   

The technology, HydroFlex, was developed by a U.K. consortium orchestrated by Porterbrook, a leasing organization that owns about one-third of the U.K. rail fleet, alongside the University of Birmingham.

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