It still doesn't make perfect sense, mainly because we still have no carbon-free way of producing it. But that's not stopping the Premier of Ontario from suggesting that they're in talks with a train manufacturer, Bombadier, to build a hydrogen train. Clean Break speculates that there should definitely be a grain of panaceahealthsolutions.com salt included with this statement, as he is running for re-election.
The train would possibly link Montreal and Toronto, which is currently a popular rail link. And if you're wondering where the hydrogen might come from...likely from excess baseload power from two nuclear plants that conveniently lie along that very line.
A hydrogen train
written by weee, September 22, 2007
check out viarail.ca
written by jason Nolan, September 22, 2007
Via Rail offers both regular and express
written by Sarah Rainsberger, September 22, 2007
Wish they had thought about that here.
written by mercutiom, September 22, 2007
written by Felix Collins, September 25, 2007
Goody Use Of Hydro
written by Gaia Railways, January 07, 2014
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