Cummins and Ceres Power Holdings PLC, a U.K.-based company, will collaborate on a nearly $5 million project to develop fuel cell power for data centers after receiving an award from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
Cummins will partner again with Peterbilt Motors Company, a division of PACCAR, to develop and demonstrate technologies under the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) SuperTruck II program.
“Cummins and the entire team is focused on developing technologies that can transform the industry and help our customers be more successful while continuing to be great stewards of the environment.
It happens like clockwork every May.
The air gets warmer and the weather gets less predictable and more intense, and we all know it’s coming. So there are really few excuses not to have a backup power plan in place. After all, you may only lose power for a couple of minutes, but it could also end up being weeks. And enduring a power outage that long could prove to be a miserable experience.
Remember the Cummins ISV5.0-Powered “Mad Maxxis” Off-Road Runner? Fred Williams, host of Motor Trend’s “Dirt Every Day” series is at it again, this time using a 2.8L Cummins Turbo Diesel to repower his 1997 Jeep® Wrangler® – and then driving it 12 feet underwater.
Participants in the 79th annual National Truck Driving Championships in Indianapolis, Indiana, took to the road course Thursday (Aug. 11) for the second challenge phase in the competition to identify the best drivers in the U.S.
More than 430 professional drivers from all 50 states are competing for top honors in eight different classes, plus step van, and the chance to be named the 2016 Bendix National Truck Driving Championships Grand Champion.
Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of articles about Valvoline and Cummins' attempt to compete at the 49th SCORE Baja 1000 in November 2016.
Cummins engineer Roger England didn’t have much time to admire the view driving up the winding, 12.42-mile course at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb near Colorado Springs, Colorado (U.S.A.).
Sometimes, the true test of a company comes when times are challenging. Despite weak global markets, Cummins achieved record results in its environmental and community engagement efforts in 2015, according to the company’s new 2015-2016 Sustainability Progress Report.
Engineers at Cummins’ Darlington Engine Plant in the U.K. and their counterparts at the Hyster-Yale Group (HYG), a leading manufacturer of materials handling equipment, have produced some pretty impressive gains in fuel efficiency over the past six years.
Working together on nearly 20 projects, the partnership has delivered annual fuel savings in excess of 2 million gallons since the initiative started in 2010, with plans to top 4 million by the end of 2016.
COLUMBUS, Ind., April 2016 - Cummins announced the company was awarded a $4.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a Class 6 commercial plug-in hybrid electric vehicle that can reduce fuel consumption by at least 50 percent over conventional Class 6 vehicles.
When fully loaded, Class 6 vehicles weigh between approximately 19,000 and 26,000 pounds and typical examples include school buses or single axle work trucks.