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The Power of choice
Every one of engines comes with innovation you can depend on, and that’s why Cummins is the power of choice for trucks that demand day-in, day-out reliability while achieving the highest levels of fuel efficiency. Cummins engines can be found wherever the work is toughest, from the frozen roads of Siberia to the Saudi desert, from climbing mountain roads in the Himalayas of India to crossing the rough tracks of the outback in Australia. With Cummins, every operator can be sure that engine durability is built-in and comes with a lineage that extends all the way back to the mid-1930s with the famous Model H, the first heavy-duty truck diesel in America.
Cummins offers businesses the most comprehensive and mature line-up of fuel cell modules and power systems in the industry. With their compact form and flexibility to combine modules, our HyPM-HD modules are the right fit for medium to heavy duty commercial vehicles.
Delivering zero emissions with ASKO
A pioneering hydrogen fuel cell truck pilot project by Cummins and ASKO, Norway’s largest grocery distributor, is proving that zero emissions can be delivered while working on commercial service without compromising payload or on-road performance.
Developing Hydrogen Engines
Cummins is moving ahead with a hydrogen-fueled engine program focused on developing a medium-duty 6.7-litre and heavy-duty 15-litre truck engine based on next generation platforms, aiming to deliver near-zero carbon emissions while achieving improved thermal efficiency and enhanced power density. A significant advantage of hydrogen engines is their ability to reduce truck re-development timelines, as vehicle integration will mirror that of current powertrains and retain many existing components, offering a simpler and faster path towards fleet decarbonization.
Fuel-Agnostic X Series Platform
Cummins new fuel-agnostic 15-liter X Series platform with hydrogen, biogas and advanced diesel versions takes the internal combustion engine to a next generation level.
Hydrogen ICE truck powered by B6.7H
Cummins converted a medium-duty delivery truck to operate on zero-carbon hydrogen fuel powered by the new B6.7H hydrogen internal combustion engine (H2-ICE)
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