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World’s first ‘hydrail’ to begin testing in Germany by the end of the year

by Futures Centre, Jan 5
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The world’s first zero-emission regional rail train is set to make an entrance by the end of this year in Germany. The rail runs on hydrogen fuel and emits only steam into the atmosphere as it hits highs of 87mph. The train is able to cover nearly 500 miles a day and creates almost zero sound.

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