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World's first hydrogen train debuts in Germany

Two hydrogen-powered trains are coming into service in the northern German federal state Lower Saxony. Interesting project, says Danish professor.

Photo: Alstom

Lower Saxony is hosting an energy-technological world premiere on Monday.

The world's first hydrogen train is beginning operations in the federal German state, informs the company behind the trains, Alstom, in a press release.

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