Hyundai and Ulsan City partner on hydrogen tram project

Hyundai Rotem has announced plans to introduce the first hydrogen-electric tram in Ulsan City, South Korea.

Solidifying its commitment, Hyundai Rotem CEO Lee Young-bae last week signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ulsan Mayor Song Chulho for the project.

Under the agreement, Hyundai will roll out a hydrogen-powered tram, a fuelling station and a vehicle based on a railway spanning 4.6km, connecting Taehwagang Station and Ulsanhang Station.

Together, the two parties will jointly propose a demonstration project for the Ulsan port route and cooperate with each other to ensure easy deployment.

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