The companies pledged on Sept. 27 in Paris to work to make sales and service available in the target cities no later than 2018 for buses and bus engines with low-emissions technology. Nearly all of the cities benefitting from the partnership are in countries that do not have rigorous emissions regulations.
The company, along with Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb, Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop, representatives from Bartholomew County, and other state and local leaders, officially announced two new investment projects that will have a positive economic impact on the Columbus community and the state.
Today’s society has become so dependent on electricity. Most of us can’t imagine functioning without it.
Who would have thought that a down internet connection could be hazardous to your health and state of mind? Imagine a holiday weekend with a house full of guests and one of the worst but typical thunderstorms hits the city. Immediately people begin using phones as flashlights. Candles were good for about 3 hours then thoughts of calamity and chaos ensued.
Charley Barth joined Cummins with the goal of moving the power leader closer to a paperless company. So you can imagine how he felt upon discovering Cummins had not a few hundred boxes of paper in storage, but a few thousand – as many as 6,000 just in North America.
“It was a little discouraging, but I knew with the right team we could get that under control,” said Barth, Cummins’ Global Director of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) for the past two years. “I’m really proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish in a relatively short period of time.”
The new system of planets, announced by NASA in February and known as TRAPPIST-1, presents a new opportunity for the company to explore gravity-free power, alternative fuels and a new universe of consumer markets.
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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).
Team promotes working with customers to improve fuel economy.
From his desk in Columbus, Indiana, Cummins Fuel Economy Engineer David Yu uses sophisticated tools to tell customers details about their operations thousands of miles away that even personnel on the ground might not know.
Readers of Consulting-Specifying Engineer (CSE) have v
Alberta Children’s hospital in Calgary, Alberta, Canada doesn’t look like any ordinary hospital. It looks fun, even playful. The exterior of the building is covered with energetic colored blocks and the sign at the main entryway looks as if it was written by a child. Inside, there are playgrounds, toy rooms, and murals of barnyards, mountains, forests and more.