The launch of HydroFLEX, the UK first hydrogen-powered train, is a huge step towards reducing carbon emissions. Here is everything you need to know about the project.
The perks of using hydrogen as an alternative fuel are not unknown. In 2008, the European Commission had already identified hydrogen as one of the new technologies that could help achieve a 60% to 80% reduction of greenhouse gases by 2050.
Today, the UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced the beginning of trials for HydroFLEX, the country’s first hydrogen-powered train.
Considered a huge step towards helping the UK achieve its 2050 net-zero emission goals, the train represents a key milestone for the rail industry and its commitment to sustainability. Here is what you need to know about the project.