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John Armstrong is an engineer whose career has spanned the extremes of the energy industry – giving him a front-row seat on the energy roller-coaster. He began his career constructing oil...

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It will be interesting to see this project develop. A lot of rail electrification projects in the UK have been put on hold due to cost.... if Hydrogen works then they may never be needed.

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Matt Chester on Jun 18, 2020

Do you know if trains powered by hydrogen would have any improved performance (e.g. speed) compared with traditional trains? Would it be doable for the so called bullet trains? Or is it just about getting off the fossil fuels?

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John Armstrong on Jun 18, 2020

Thats a great question.... I wonder if you have the power with hydrogen to do super high speeds? Hybrid trains (Electric and Diesel) are quite common now in the UK....

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