South Fraser Community RAIL

An environmentally friendly hydrogen powered passenger train connecting the Pattullo Bridge in Surrey to Chilliwack

Hydrogen Powered Passenger Train for the Fraser Valley

The Technology

The Alstom Coradia iLint is a new German-engineered CO2-emission-free regional train and alternative to diesel trains in non-electrified rail transport. Powered by Canadian hydrogen fuel cell technology, its only emission is steam and condensed water, while operating with a low level of noise. The first hydrogen trains are currently operating in Germany, and are proposed for the South Fraser Community Rail in British Columbia, which will run along the existing inter-urban corridor.

A state-of-the-art Hydrogen Powered system that is environmentally clean serving and saving the Fraser Valley Airshed. A technology introduced in Germany 2 years ago!