14 – 15 March
Rotterdam, the Netherlands

Most major manufacturers of rolling stock are working on sustainable alternatives to diesel trains for non-electrified railway lines, such as hydrogen and battery trains. However, green rolling stock innovations and developments cannot thrive in isolation. They need to be accompanied by progress in the energy system as well. For example, refuelling and recharging infrastructure will have to be built.

How this will stand to impact upon the development of new hydrogen and battery trains, and how retrofitting solutions for existing rolling stock can play a role in decarbonising rail are some of the topics that will be discussed at the Rail Infra Forum 2023 in Rotterdam on March 14-15.

Themes & topics

The goal of the Rail Infra Forum 2023 is to bring together companies, experts, policymakers and other stakeholders for discussions on infrastructure for sustainable rolling stock and associated topics with the aim of sharing knowledge and moving the transition to sustainable rail transport forward.

The following topics will be covered during Rail Infra Forum 2023:

  • Hydrogen trains
  • Battery trains
  • Refuelling and recharging infrastructure
  • Sharing infrastructure with other modes of transport
  • The impact of alternative propulsion on the railway system
  • Policy regarding sustainable energy systems

Rail Infra Forum brings together various different stakeholders such as infrastructure managers, academics, suppliers as well as policymakers together to discuss and share knowledge.

At Rail Infra Forum 2023 you will meet:

  • Infrastructure managers
  • Rail operators
  • Rolling stock suppliers
  • Charter and lease companies
  • Software suppliers of ticketing system
  • Academics
  • Representatives of policy and economy

Contact us
Do you have any questions about Rail Infra Forum 2023? Do not hesitate to contact us:

For general questions regarding the event:
Titta Mäkäräinen
Programme & Marketing Manager

For questions regarding the partner possibilities:
Jasper Rodenhuis
Business Development Manager

Rail Infra Forum

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