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Train to be developed by retrofitting an old passenger car with hydrogen fuel cell technology over the coming months, in the hope the model can feature at the COP26 climate conference set to be held in the autumn in Glasgow, according to project lead...
Government confirms plans to cut rail enhancement budget by over £1bn, drawing critical comparison to £27bn roads spending
Department for Transport announces second round of winners from the 'ideas fund' for its Restoring Your Railway Fund, geared at resuscitating mothballed railway lines and stations
Riding Sunbeams project aims to shuttle power from a community solar plant to the London to Eastbourne railway line
Tour operator becomes first in the world to have its climate goals verified by the Science Based Targets initiative
Trials of the zero carbon HydroFLEX train kick off today in the Midlands as part of a government-backed project
Three British companies unite to develop new hydrogen fuelling infrastructure that could soon allow for the roll out of zero emission trains on the UK rail network
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Rail Minister hails corporate backing for efforts to shift freight off the roads and onto the rails
Interim report on fatal crash warns climate impacts on the rail network are "accelerating faster than our assumptions"
BusinessGreen sits down with Nick Crossfield, managing director of Alstom UK and Ireland, to discuss why hydrogen could hold the key to decarbonising the UK's railway network by the government's 2040 deadline
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City Hall unveils plans to scope out market for Power Purchase Agreements to meet Underground's electricity demand
Hitachi Rail and Hyperdrive team up in support of plans to create a battery hub in the North East
Department for Transport announces winners of rail innovation funding competition as industry urges for more support for hydrogen trains
Transport Minister Andrew Stephenson MP sets out his case for HS2, promising it will be 'one of our cleanest, greenest, and most-environmentally sustainable forms of transport'
Pandemic set to curb air travel growth 10 per cent over next decade as high speed rail flourishes, UBS analysis suggests
Rail electrification would bring many benefits and doesn't have to be expensive, argues Lib Dem transport spokesperson Baroness Randerson
Prime Minister concedes costs have spiralled but argues 'poor management has not detracted from the fundamental value of the project'
Channel Tunnel service claims CO2 from new direct high-speed rail link between UK and Dutch capitals is 80 per cent lower than flight
Firm to double number of offset flights and invest $50m in sustainable aviation fuels over next decade, as BA promises to review controversial fueling practice
Koji Agatsuma, engineering director at Hitachi Rail Europe, argues battery trains could offer the UK a flexible, no-regrets transition to a net zero rail network
Tie-up will see first battery-powered trains hit the UK in a boost to government efforts to deliver greener rail travel