The use of hydrogen to power trains and buses is leading the way in delivering an emissions-free transport infrastructure for tomorrow.
But the need to integrate high pressure hydrogen storage tanks into traditional forms such as railway carriages and buses produces several new challenges.
Trains, for example, suit a roof-mounted hydrogen storage system. Although for instance in the UK, the number of low bridges and tunnels makes this impossible.
NPROXX has developed an advanced system for mounting hydrogen tanks onto a new regional train being built by a major German manufacturer.
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