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10 May 2022

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Kantar announces agreement for sale of Kantar Public business to Trilantic Europe

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

26 Apr 2022

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Trilantic Europe-backed Alete Bikes acquires Cicli Esperia

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

20 Apr 2022

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Commodity broker Marex reported record 2021 results in volatile markets

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

7 Feb 2022

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Trilantic Europe’s International Cable wins Euskaltel litigation

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

3 Feb 2022

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Talgo is finalising the development of its hydrogen train Talgo Vittal-One

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

1 Dec 2021

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Trilantic Europe invests in Grupo Gransolar

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

22 Nov 2021

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Trilantic Europe invests in Denver Bikes

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

26 Jul 2021

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Trilantic Europe invests in Smile Eyes Group

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

19 Jul 2021

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Repsol and Talgo to jointly develop a renewable hydrogen-powered train

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

23 Jun 2020

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Trilantic Europe supports add-on acquisitions to bolster its healthcare portfolio in Italy and Germany

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

9 Apr 2020

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Trilantic Europe portfolio companies are actively providing resources and know-how as well as making in-kind philanthropic contributions to support health authorities in their fight against COVID-19

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

23 Oct 2019

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Trilantic Europe fully exits its successful investment in Gamenet

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

4 Sep 2019

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Trilantic Europe supports two bolt-on acquisitions for Oberberg

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

30 Jul 2019

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Trilantic Europe partially monetises its investment in Gamenet

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

21 Nov 2018

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Talgo awarded 2018 Internationalization Award

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

28 Sep 2018

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YM&U joins forces with Trilantic Europe following rebrand

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

24 Jul 2018

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Gamenet Group signed the agreement for the acquisition of 100% of GoldBet

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

15 Dec 2017

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Trilantic Europe invests in the Oberberg Group

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

6 Dec 2017

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Gamenet Group completed the listing on Borsa Italiana

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

4 Dec 2017

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Elisabetta Franchi purchases 25% of Betty Blue S.p.A. from Trilantic Europe

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

2 Nov 2017

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Talgo shortlisted for HS2 rolling stock procurement

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

1 Jun 2017

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Trilantic Europe invests in leading bioethanol business in Spain and France

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

7 Apr 2017

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Trilantic Europe becomes a shareholder in Pacha Group

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

28 Nov 2016

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Talgo wins the most important high-speed tender in Europe with its new Avril, the most advanced high-speed train

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

24 Feb 2016

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Trilantic Europe Invests In Maugeri, Leading Italian Non-Acute Private Hospital Operator

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

13 Oct 2015

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Trilantic Europe completes acquisition of 90% stake in leading Italian pharmaceuticals producer Doppel Farmaceutici

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

1 Jul 2015

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IPO of Trilantic Europe IV’s portfolio companies, Talgo and Euskaltel

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

26 Mar 2015

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Prettl and Trilantic Europe announce a partnership agreement

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

14 Jan 2015

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Trilantic Capital Partners has realised its investment in Clarion Events

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

17 Oct 2013

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Trilantic acquires stake in Elisabetta Franchi

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

16 Sep 2013

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Gamenet successfully issues €200mn in its debut bond offering

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

26 Jun 2013

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Spain's Talgo Awarded €482 million Contract In Kazakhstan

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

20 Nov 2012

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Trilantic Europe exits Istanbul Doors Group, owner of the leading restaurants in Istanbul and Tom Aiken’s restaurants in London

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

14 May 2012

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Marex Spectron to acquire Schneider Trading Associates Pro-Trader Division

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

12 Dec 2011

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Talgo manufacturing facility opens in Kazakhstan

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

26 Oct 2011

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Talgo awarded the High-Speed Mecca-Medina mega-contract

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

12 Apr 2011

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Michel Léonard joins Trilantic Capital Partners as operating partner

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

24 Mar 2011

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The Istanbul Doors Restaurant Group Acquires the Restaurant Business of Michelin-Starred Chef Tom Aikens

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

22 Mar 2011

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Marex Group Reaches Agreement to Acquire Spectron Group

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

14 Feb 2011

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Appointment of John Danilovich to Trilantic European Advisory Council

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

17 Jan 2011

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Refresco Group Announces its Intention to Acquire Spumador

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

14 Jan 2011

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Trilantic Capital Partners commits up to €50 million in LeYa

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

7 Jan 2011

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Trilantic Capital Partners to Invest €53 million in Gamenet

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

11 Nov 2010

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Talgo is awarded the contract to renew and expand the intercity passenger train coaches of the national railway company of Kazakhstan

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

28 Jul 2010

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Thai Union Frozen Products Board of Directors Approves Acquisition of MW Brands from Trilantic Capital Partners

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

10 Feb 2010

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Trilantic Capital Partners has Successfully Realized its Ownership Stake in Industria de Turbo Propulsores S.A.

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

24 Sep 2009

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Talgo: Spanish Minister of Transportation to Support Talgo in its Internationalization

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

17 Jul 2009

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Talgo: Governor Doyle Announces Agreement with Talgo to Bring New Trains, Assembly and Maintenance Facilities to Wisconsin

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

9 Apr 2009

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Istanbul Doors: Group Launches New Italian Restaurant Concepts

Talgo, which launched the development of a hydrogen train in 2020, will start railway testing by March 2022, after having successfully passed workshop tests. The new platform, named Talgo Vittal-One, as a reference to the place of hydrogen in the periodic table, is powered by hydrogen batteries that provide the energy for the train’s electric motors.

Talgo partnered with Repsol in July 2021 with the aim of jointly developing projects of renewable hydrogen-powered trains and emission-free rail transport in the Iberian Peninsula. Today, this effort is part of a broader consortium, SHYNE (Spanish Hydrogen Network), formed by 33 entities from different sectors that will commit a cumulative investment of €3.2 billion and will generate 13,000 jobs.

Talgo is responsible for the design, manufacture and commissioning of the new hydrogen-powered trains.

Renewable hydrogen has been identified as a key element for energy transition in Spain to achieve net zero target and climate neutrality by 2050. The rail industry is expected to play a key role in decarbonising the transport sector, as hydrogen fuel-cell trains can run on non-electrified tracks without the need to install a catenary or make any type of modifications, unlocking the potential of the non-electrified Spanish network of more than 5,000 km.

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