First hydrogen powered train launched in China get to know all about it

In today’s time when the earth is facing major environmental problems and extinction-related issues, it becomes very important to look for a renewable source of energy that not only fulfills the need of fast-growing economies and produce the least amount of by-product. China has taken a major decision in this way in which it has introduced hydrogen-powered trains in China. This makes China the first country to develop a hydrogen-powered train in the world. It has a top speed of 160Kmph and a range of 600 km. This news came to light after a Twitter user RushLane shared the image of this train.

In terms of carbon emissions, China contributes 28% of the global emission and now it’s working to reduce its emission significantly. All the countries are moving ahead to attain carbon neutrality and China has promised to attain it by 2030. China is also extensively working on setting up some of the world’s biggest solar panel stretch that will serve the citizens of China.


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