ALSTOM has announced that it will join Engie to develop hydrogen propulsion for long-haul freight transport, based on a fuel cell-equipped generator car that can power electric locomotives away from a catenary.
Alstom has launched the production of bogies for suburban trains, metros and trams at a new site in Nadarzyn near Warsaw with an investment of over 10 million euros.
The MoU was signed by Mr. Khaled ALHARBI, Senior Vice President of Operations at Saudi Railway Company and Mohamed KHALIL, Managing Director of Alstom in Saudi Arabia.
Alstom has demonstrated a partially double-deck Coradia Stream High Capacity electric train for the Luxembourg Railways (CFL).
Railway reform authority ARF has awarded Alstom a contract to supply an additional 17 Coradia Stream interregional electric trains and provide 15 years of maintenance.
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.
Slovak Economy Minister Richard Sulik believes that the hydrogen train will start running on the Nowe Zamky-Prievidza line by the end of this parliamentary term, which will last until 2024.
French rail vehicle manufacturer Alstom has announced it has won a major contract worth around 858 million euros for the design and supply of a system for a new light rail line in Tel Aviv, including the supply of 98 trams.
The French engineering concern and the largest Polish oil refinery PKN Orlen signed an agreement on strategic cooperation.
The video showed the Talent 3 train, developed by Bombardier at the beginning of last year, before the Alstom takeover. It is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to Alstom One of these days, operational tests of a train with passengers in the states of Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg begin, and in general, the use of Talent 3 in Germany is planned on non-electrified lines.
Ukraine has agreed with France on the supply of 130 Alstom locomotives. President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke about this during a joint briefing with French President Emmanuel Macron.