Hydrogen Trams a potential transport solution in Bath, UK

Wire-free trams that run on hydrogen fuel could be the solution to Bath’s transport problems, according to a lobby group.

This follows the solution proposed in Riga for Hydrogen Trolleybuses, developed as part of the H2Nodes project.

Hyundai develop plans to produce and test hydrogen trams in Ulsan, Korea

The Korean city of Ulsan and Hyundai Rotem have signed a memorandum of understanding to produce and test the country's first hydrogen-powered trams. The objective, if the test is successful, to build four urban lines, for a total of 48 km, with in particular a first 25 km by 2027.

Interim Report for the deployment of 2 hydrogen buses for passenger transport in Gelderland

A report is published summarising the conclusions from the operation of 2 hydrogen fuel cell buses operated by Syntus Gelderland, utilising the Arnhem hydrogen refuelling station deployed as part of the H2Nodes project.

European Commissioner for Energy and Estonian Politician Kadri Simson promotes hydrogen as part of the European recovery strategy

Hydrogen is cited as central to the decarbonisation of hard to abate sectors where electrification is not feasible.

H2Nodes hydrogen trolleybuses operating on Riga trolleybus route No. 4

Rīgas Satiksme announces that hydrogen range-extended trolleybuses, deployed as part of the H2Nodes project, are carrying passengers on route No. 4.

The first hydrogen refuelling station in the Baltics was launched as part of the European Trial H2Nodes early in March at Vienības gatve 6 in Riga.


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