Toyota Motor Europe to integrate fuel cell system into hydrogen train project

Toyota Motor Europe will supply the hydrogen fuel cell modules that will power the FCH2RAIL project, the automobile giant confirmed today (8th April).

The fuel cell power pack will allow emission-free travelling by train without the need for overhead lines with the packaged fuel cell system modules set to promote hydrogen utilisation for a hydrogen society.

Thiebault Paquet, Director of the Fuel Cell Business Group at Toyota Motor Europe, said, “Hydrogen has an important role to play in helping decarbonise Europe’s railways, and we are excited to integrate Toyota fuel cell modules into the Fuel Cell Hybrid Power Pack.”

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