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14th International Hydrail Conference  | Hamburg, Germany  |  19-21 June 2019

The 14th International Hydrail Conference will be held in Hamburg, Germany on the 19-21 of June 2019. The event will feature an excursion on hydrogen fuel cell-powered light rail and behind-the-scenes tour of rail facilities, presentations and round table discussions on the latest hydrail developments, and discussions with leaders in energy and transport.

For conference information, please visit https://hydrail.appstate.edu/hydrail2019


Download Conference Presentations from the 13th International Hydrail Conference held in Rome, Italy on 6-8 June 2018

The 13th International Hydrail Conference was held 6-8 June 2018 at the Congress Centre of Engineering Faculty, University of Rome Tor Vergata in Rome, Italy. Additional conference information is available on the University of Rome's conference website at http://hydrail-conference-2018.uniroma2.it/.

 

ImechE Report on the future of Hydrogen Trains in the UK

http://www.imeche.org/policy-and-press/reports/detail/the-future-for-hydrogen-trains-in-the-uk

Hydrogen Roadmap Europe highlights role of hydrogen trains

https://www.fch.europa.eu/news/hydrogen-roadmap-europe-sustainable-pathway-european-energy-transition

Hydrogen Trains Begin Revenue Service - Press Coverage

Brennstoffzellenzug: Premiere mit hohen Erwartungen | 17-Sept-2018 | Norddeutscher Rundfunk

'World's first' hydrogen-powered train enters into service | 17-Sept-2018 | CNBC

'World's first' hydrogen-powered trains are now in service across Germany: Eco-friendly engines can cover 620 miles on a single tank of fuel and produce only water vapour | 17-Sept-2018 | Daily Mail

Hydrogen-powered trains begin service in Germany. | 16-Sept-2018 | NY Times

Germany launches world's first hydrogen-powered train | 17-Sept-2018 | The Guardian


Hydrail Deployment Studies

Ontario Hydrail Feasibility Study Released  |  Ontario Hydrail Symposium

BMVI STUDY EXAMINES THE ECONOMIC, LEGAL AND TECHNICAL PREREQUISITES FOR THE DEPLOYMENT OF FUEL CELL RAILCARS IN RAIL TRANSPORTATION