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Australia develops the world’s first infinity train

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According to the Daily Mail (UK), the the scientist At Fortescue Future Industries (Australia) has announced the project to build the most efficient battery-powered train in the world. With a budget of $50 million, their mission was to create the first infinity train powered by gravity. It is expected that this type of ship will be put into operation by the end of this decade.

This promising project was announced after Fortescue acquired UK-based battery maker Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE) in 2010. The two companies will work together to accelerate the energy transition. green, which eliminates the need for diesel engines and reduces emissions from ship operations.

Dr Andrew Forrest, Founder and President of Fortescue, said the infinity train will help make Fortescue a major player in the growing global green industrial transport equipment market.

“This has spurred business leaders and politicians around the globe to realize that fossil fuels are just one of many energy sources. There are many other energy sources that are flourishing right now, lower cost and more environmentally friendly,” he said.

He said the infinity train not only helps accelerate Fortescue’s race to reach its net-zero emissions goal by 2030, but also helps reduce operating costs and create efficient maintenance opportunities.

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