Germany, ceremony for the first hydrogen train refueling station

Works on the Bremervoerde plant to end in mid 2021

The symbolic ceremony of laying the foundation stone for the refueling of passenger trains fueled with hydrogen took place in Bremervoerde, Lower Saxony (Germany). Works are expected to start in September. The filling station will be built and operated by Linde on behalf of the Lower Saxony Regional Transport Company (LNVG). The other partners of the project are Alstom, the State of Lower Saxony and Elbe-Weser.
At the end of February, an eighteen-month test phase was “successfully” completed for the first two trains, while “since the beginning of 2022, 14 hydrogen-powered regional trains delivered by Alstom will be refueled every day, 24/7, if necessary,” explains a message.

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30 July 2020 - 10:21 CEST