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Bavaria’s first hydrogen train to hit tracks next year
© Siemens Mobility
Bavaria’s first hydrogen train to hit tracks next year
© Siemens Mobility

Bavaria’s first hydrogen train to hit tracks next year

The German state of Bavaria will soon boast its first-ever hydrogen-powered train – and it will be presented to the public this spring.

Siemens Mobility and Bayerische Regiobahn today (March 16) confirmed the news, having inked a leasing contract for the zero-emissions locomotive.

Showcasing how hydrogen can transform public transportation, the train will be tested on the Augsburg-Füssen route, among others, from mid-2023.

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