Gas turbines fueled by pure hydrogen have broad applications, particularly where renewable and/or low-pollution energy sources are available to produce hydrogen. For stationary power generation, hydrogen-fueled gas turbines can be used to convert the intermittent output of some renewable energy sources (e.g. wind and solar) into continuous power available on demand. Additionally, hydrogen-fueled gas turbines have applications in transportation. Rail vehicles, for example, could benefit significantly from the adoption of hydrogen as a fuel.