Alstom joins the Spanish Hydrogen Association

Alstom has joined the Spanish Hydrogen Association as the train manufacturer continues to promote hydrogen as an energy vector in the decarbonisation process of our society.

Formed in 2002, the Spanish Hydrogen Association (AeH2) has worked to encourage, promote and drive the technological and industrial development of hydrogen technologies in Spain.

“Hydrogen technology is a sustainable, noiseless and emission-free alternative for non-electrified lines,” said Leopoldo Maestu, Managing Director of Alstom in Spain.

“The hydrogen train is a demonstration of Alstom’s commitment to the development and implementation of innovative sustainable mobility solutions that contribute to the global energy transition and decarbonisation.”

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