JSW and PKP Cargo say the main goal is to work out innovative solutions to reduce consumption of energy, fuel and exhaust emissions linked to the commercial operation of hydrogen-powered wagons and locomotives. They will also analyse investment opportunities on the land of the former Krupi\u0144ski mine.\r\nJSW president Mr Daniel Ozon says they are betting on hydrogen as the fuel of the future. \u201cIn accordance with the JSW Development Strategy for 2018-2030, we are actively working towards the development of clean hydrogen technologies,\u201d he says. \u201cWe are examining the possibility of utilising hydrogen extracted from coke oven gas, which is a by-product of the coke production process; we are also actively involved in e-mobility projects. We are striving to use coke oven gas to produce pure hydrogen that in the future could become an emission-free fuel for JSW\u2019s contemporary rolling stock.\u201d\r\nSeparated and purified hydrogen can be used in hydrogen cells for environmentally-friendly and emission-free generation of electricity, heat and cooling, environmentally-friendly public transport, powering electrical devices and emergency power supply stations, JSW says.\r\n\u201cThe use of hydrogen to drive our locomotives will increase the competitiveness of our services,\u201d says PKP president Mr Czes\u0142aw Warsewicz.