Even though there are lots of renewable powered electric trains in existence, some still believe that hydrogen might be the answer for future locomotive travel. Fuel cell experts in Scotland are going to give it a try this year, and if all goes to plan, we will see the country test its first hydrogen powered train by November, Intelligent Transport reports. Scottish Enterprise, Transport Scotland, and the Hydrogen Accelerator from the University of St Andrews are working with hydrogen fuel cell experts Arcola Energy to bring the project to life. [Read: Meet the 4 scale-ups using data to save the…

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