Hybrid Train Market by Propulsion Type (Electro Diesel,
Battery Operated, Hydrogen, CNG, LNG, and Solar),
Application (Passenger and Freight), Operating Speed (>100
km/h, 100-200 km/h, <200 km/h), Battery Technology and
Region - Global Forecast to 2030
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The global Hybrid Train Market size is projected to reach 745 units by 2030, from an estimated
470 units in 2022, at a CAGR of 5.9%.
“The battery powered segment is expected to be the second-fastest propulsion segment in the
The battery-powered train propulsion has a powertrain that consists of different motors and
batteries. These batteries can be charged either by overhead wires or at the charging stations.
The battery-powered trains are efficient as they have the advantage of lower installation and
operating costs than conventional diesel trains. These trains are also noiseless in operation and
do not have exhaust, which fulfills the need for emission-free railway operations. These trains
are 80–90% efficient when it comes to recyclability. Generally, Lithium-Ion batteries are used in
battery-powered trains around the world. For instance, In January 2021, BNSF and Wabtec
Corporation is working on the future potential of battery-electric locomotives and they begin
testing between Barstow and Stockton, California. There are few companies working on
developing battery-powered trains in the region. For instance, in November 2021,
Niederbarnimer Eisenbahn (NEB) has ordered 31 two-car, battery-operated Mireo Plus B trains
from Siemens M