In what was a long-awaited premiere, Germany rolled out this week the world’s first hydrogen-powered train, the Coradia iLint, engineered by French sustainable mobility company Alstom. Even better, the launch saw the unveiling of not one but two of these bright blue commercial trains who will be put into operation immediately. Ladies and Gentlemen, I’m pleased to invite you to experience the Coradia iLint for yourself today. Enter the #train and convince yourself! With this #worldpremiere , a new chapter will start in our industry, and for a new #mobility !" https://t.co/Hvys8d8gZZ #sustainablemobility pic.twitter.com/poqqBIRiZy — Alstom (@Alstom) September 16, 2018 Already servicing passengers The advanced zero-emissions passenger trains will now service a 62 mile ( 100km ) route between the towns and cities of Cuxhaven, Bremerhaven, Bremervoerde, and Buxtehude in northern Germany. The event proves that the switch from diesel to this environmentally friendly and wise option is possible and underway. "This is a revolution for Alstom and for the future of mobility. The world’s first hydrogen fuel cell train is entering passenger service and is ready for serial production,” said Henri Poupart-Lafarge, Chairman and CEO of Alstom . Our new #hydrogen train is a true game-changer. It feels […]

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