The fact of the matter is opportunity rarely knocks. Conversely, it casts a shadow as it passes...

Opportunity Rarely Knocks…It Simply Passes By

Some have paraphrased it to suggest that "opportunity knocks but once," suggesting it will pass by unless acted upon and the window of opportunity closes. The phrase itself dates back to England in the 1600s, but has lived on and even been amplified, including by a 1990 movie starring Dana Carvey.

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Stadler to Build More Hydrogen Trains for California

Stadler's hydrogen train has been extensively tested in both Switzerland and the U.S., proving...

With this contract award and the other successes in the US, Germany, Italy, Austria, and Lithuania, Stadler once again confirms its position in alternative and ecological drive systems with batteries and hydrogen as over 150 trains with battery or hydrogen drives have been sold to date.

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