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.
The European rail rolling stock lessors highlight the weaknesses of the draft CCS TSI 2022 revision and urge the EU to amend its draft to avoid compromising competition in the rail freight market, threats to improved safety and accelerated obsolescence of existing modern rolling stock.
AERRL became a member of the European Alliance for Apprenticeships during a welcome ceremony in Vienna on the 10th of June 2022.
Renfe Alquiler de Material Ferroviario became a new AERRL member in January 2022. RAMF is a commercial state company, mainly active in Spain and Portugal.
“We want to contribute to the competitive conformity of European funding programs to support railway development”.
Leading rolling stock lessors join forces with newly established Association of European Rail Rolling Stock Lessors to promote increased open access to railway infrastructure.