Hungary to expand hydrogen rail technologies under new agreement between Alstom and MOL

Hungary will expand its hydrogen technologies to further decarbonise its rail transportation sector as part of a new agreement between Alstom and MOL.

Formalised with the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) revealed on Thursday (Dec 2), MOL is expected to supply its hydrogen to support the growing need to decarbonise the mobility sector.

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