India's first hydrogen powered train will run from Jind district of Haryana
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India's first hydrogen-powered train will start its journey from Jind district of Haryana.
An Overview of the News
Hydrogen trains use fuel cells to convert hydrogen and oxygen into electricity.
They offer a clean and eco-friendly alternative to diesel trains.
The initiative aims to reduce carbon emissions and tackle pollution.
Hydrogen-powered trains produce zero direct emissions, with water vapour being the only byproduct.
It is a state located in North India, which is bordered by New Delhi on three sides.
The eastern boundary of Haryana is formed by the Yamuna River, which separates it from the state of Uttar Pradesh.
It shares its western border with the state of Punjab.
Haryana has Zakir Hussain Rose Garden, which is located in Chandigarh.
Rock Garden is located in Chandigarh, which displays sculptures made using recycled materials.
Capital - Chandigarh
Governor - Bandaru Dattatreya
Chief Minister - Manohar Lal Khattar
General Manager of Indian Railways - Shobhan Choudhary
Germany's 'Coradia iLint' is the world's first passenger train powered by a hydrogen fuel cell.
India's first green hydrogen plant has been commissioned by Oil India Limited (OIL) at Jorhat Pump Station in Assam.
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