First hydrogen-powered commuter train in the U.S. under development

Electrifying a track has a cost element. You only do that if you have quite frequent traffic on this particular one. If not, you put something that can transport its fuel with it. Understandable all that, ain’t it? You use the cheaper option. But in the light of this, why would you ever want to use hydrogen for rail. It’s so expensive that the cost of electrifying the track must seem rather quaint. And its proven technology and not an overpriced, unsafe guinea pig-like hydrogen is.

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