Hydrogen train iLint will run in Berlin
Alstom will present the Coradia Stream train and the Traxx locomotive at the InnoTrans exhibition in Berlin. During the exhibition, the hydrogen train will run around Berlin, informs Railway Supply magazine, citing Nakolei.
Alstom is focused on carbon-free mobility and laying the foundations for the future of the rail industry. The program will focus on environmentally friendly traction solutions, including Alstom’s latest fuel cell technology, as well as hydrogen, battery and fuel cells for new trains. In addition, opportunities to improve the existing train fleet to make them more environmentally friendly will be demonstrated.
Alstom guests will also be able to ride the Coradia iLint, the world’s first hydrogen-powered passenger train, now in commercial operation in Germany. The train will run twice a day from Berlin-Spandau to Berlin-Ostbahnhof.
Alstom’s booth will also showcase Alstom’s Automatic Train Operation (ATO), European Train Control System (ETCS) and cybersecurity solutions to optimize real-time signaling and multimodality performance and improve passenger travel comfort. In addition, Alstom’s maintenance solutions, including HealthHub and Dynamic Maintenance Planning, will be on display at the show to ensure the smooth operation of the rolling stock fleet.
In the Outdoor Display, among other things, the company will present the high-capacity double-decker regional train Coradia Stream and the Traxx last mile locomotive equipped with the European Train Control System (ETCS).
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