Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles still alive?

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No good asking me to find links Neil... I'm useless at that!

You're the master at that art ;)

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This is a pretty good read on the subject:
https://www.bbc.com/future/article/2020 ... ate-change

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mickthemaverick wrote:
19 Nov 2020, 12:05
This is a pretty good read on the subject:
https://www.bbc.com/future/article/2020 ... ate-change

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it is :-D

latest.....hydroflex testing on the mainline September 2020


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and on the "continent"

Following successful trials in Germany, the Coradia iLint – a hydrogen fuel cell powered train developed by French rail giant Alstom – has begun carrying passengers on Austria’s train network.

but maybe of more interest Alstom's plans for the UK. Its presented in a "presentation" format but is less than 9 minutes and very informative. Good news for Widnes =D> go the green industrial revolution :-D



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Excellent Neil :D

You've come up trumps again with your 'Net searching!

Interesting stuff ;)

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CitroJim wrote:
19 Nov 2020, 17:48
Excellent Neil :D

You've come up trumps again with your 'Net searching!

Interesting stuff ;)
...and Mick who dug out the first article. Like many others I have sat through many presentations and they have universally one thing in common, they are boring in the extreme. However I took a real interest in what the chap from Alstom had to say and great if they construct the trains in the North West at Widnes.

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
19 Nov 2020, 17:56


...and Mick who dug out the first article.
Sorry :oops: And a big thank you too Mick :D

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Well, I saw a Toyota Mirai 69 reg on the M25 close to Cobham Services yesterday morning.

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Hell Razor5543 wrote:
21 Nov 2020, 17:11
Well, I saw a Toyota Mirai 69 reg on the M25 close to Cobham Services yesterday morning.
Best place to see them James, they gather there for feeding...

https://www.itm-power.com/h2-stations/s ... en-station

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
21 Nov 2020, 18:41
Best place to see them James, they gather there for feeding...
Like wildebeest around a muddy watering hole...

The Toyota Mirai looks like it may have taken most of its 'styling' cues from said animal :roll:

It's not exactly easy on the eye... Not mine at any rate :lol: