Alstom and Snam to develop hydrogen trains in Italy

Alstom and Snam to develop hydrogen trains in Italy

Alstom and Snam have signed a five-year agreement to develop hydrogen trains in Italy.

The agreement aims to develop railway mobility projects including both hydrogen-powered trains and the related technological infrastructure, as well as management and maintenance services, at the beginning of 2021.

As part of the agreement, Alstom will manufacture and maintain newly built or converted hydrogen trains, while Snam will develop the infrastructures for production, transport and refuelling.

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