Train will run on hydrogen fuel in Japan, testing will start next month

Train will run on hydrogen fuel in Japan, testing will start next month


new Delhi. In Japan, now preparations are being made to run trains on hydrogen fuel. In fact, Japan has unveiled its first hydrogen-powered train, which is a step towards the country’s goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050. A hydrogen-fueled train will be tested in Japan next month.

East Japan Railway Company has developed
The two-car ‘Hybari’ train costs about $35 million (4 billion yen) and can travel at a top speed of 100 km/h for 140 kilometers (87 mi) once filled with hydrogen. East Japan Railway Co. has developed a hydrogen-powered train in collaboration with Toyota Motor and Hitachi. Its commercial services are likely to start in the year 2030.

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Japan has made hydrogen a major clean energy source to reach net zero. The government has said that its goal is to increase the amount of hydrogen use to 20 million tonnes by the year 2050.

Toyota is aiming to increase the production of hydrogen-fuelled Mirai cars by ten times with its second generation model. Apart from this, more fuel-cell buses and commercial vehicles will be on the road. Apart from this, energy companies like Iwatani Corp. and Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. are trying to build a hydrogen supply chain to reduce its cost.

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The world’s first hydrogen train has started in Germany
So far Europe has been a leader in hydrogen trains. The world’s first hydrogen train made by Alstom SA started in Germany in 2018. Siemens AG and Deutsche Bahn AG are developing new regional trains and special fueling stations and will test them in 2024.

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