Power generator backs rail freight generating lobby

Drax biomes train hauled by DB Cargo UK locomotiveDB Cargo UK

The UK’s leading producer of renewable energy has thrown its weight behind the ‘Freight Belongs on Rail’ campaign, championed by Doncaster-based DB Cargo UK. The company’s eponymous power station complex in North Yorkshire is served by around 3000 DB Cargo trains annually, delivering biomass pellets to fire the generators.

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Author: Simon Walton

Simon Walton is RailFreight's UK correspondent.

1 comment op “Power generator backs rail freight generating lobby”

bönström bönström|17.09.22|11:49

For clients, now, all…, is about risks. Simple risk of a risk calls for added depots – and added logistic costs, those currently too high and due for sustainable reducing.
Accordingly any technicality optimal when steam was shifted out, as current electrification, no longer is timely, etc., etc.

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