SAVE THE DATE – AERRL Webinar 04.05.2023, 12.00-13.15 Brussels Time

In July 2022, AERRL launched the first phase of a study to identify and promote technologies to cut the climate impact of existing diesel-powered rail fleets in the near future. The conclusions of this study – carried out by eolos with support from Akiem, Beacon, Cargounit, Crédit Agricole CIB, ING, KfW IPEX-Bank and Société Générale […]

2022 DAC Sector statement

AERRL joined the other Representative Bodies in signing the sector statement on the Digital Automatic Coupler (DAC), showcasing the need and the advantages to roll-out this innovative device across the European railway system in a concerted manner.AERRL will progressively become involved in this issue in the coming weeks and months. Read more https://aerrl.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/220921_Sector-Statement-on-DAC_Innotrans-2022.pdf

Bringing the industry together to drive the transition to very low-emission rail traction

AERRL & partners have launched the first phase of a study to identify and promote technologies to cut the climate impact of existing diesel-powered rail fleets in the near future. Although rail is already by far the most sustainable mode of land transport, this initiative aims to help rail transport on non-electrified lines transition to low-carbon technologies that provide even greener passenger and freight transport.