Firms pledge to showcase Scotland's 'first' hydrogen-powered train at COP26

Cecilia Keating
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The Class 314 car passenger train passes through the Kelpies sculpture in Falkirk on its way to the workshop in Bo'ness | Credit: Arcola
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The Class 314 car passenger train passes through the Kelpies sculpture in Falkirk on its way to the workshop in Bo'ness | Credit: Arcola

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 Arcola

A group of engineering, safety, and technology firms have teamed up on an effort to develop Scotland's first hydrogen powered train, unveiling a plan to showcase the finished product at the COP26 Climate...

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