Cummins First Off-Highway Electrified Power System Revealed at Intermat

Displayed on stand F021 in hall 5A, the range extended electric driveline (REEV) is suitable for a wide range of equipment including wheeled loaders, mobile cranes and excavators.

“Cummins is developing a portfolio of alternative power for the industrial market, including full electric and range extending electric drivelines.  These complement our Stage V clean diesels and enable us to offer the best solutions for our customers, whatever their needs,” said Julie Furber, Executive Director, Cummins Electrified Power Business.

Cummins Euro 6 Powers Over 4,000 Clean Diesel Buses in Turkey

Cummins today announced that over 4,000 clean diesel Euro 6 buses are operating in Turkey powered by the F3.8, B4.5, B6.7 and L9 engines across a broad 115 to 246 kW (154-330 hp) output. Since first introduced in early 2016, Cummins Euro 6 engines have been widely used in city bus, shuttle, intercity and tourist  bus applications to make a significant contribution to improving air quality and lowering CO2 greenhouse gas emissions.

Electric Power System Introduced by Cummins at Busworld Turkey

Cummins today introduced an electric system for city bus, shuttle and intercity bus applications in Turkey at the BUSWORLD show taking place in Izmir. The system is configurable either for a full battery electric vehicle (BEV) or a range extended electric vehicle (REEV) incorporating an engine-generator to combine energy delivery with the battery pack.

Cummins Electrification Leader Says Broad Power Portfolio is Best for Customers

The leader of Cummins’ Electrified Power business said this week customers are best served by a company offering a broad portfolio of products so they can choose the power solution that works best for them.

“Different solutions meet different needs,” Julie Furber told the Green Truck Summit in Indianapolis, Indiana (U.S.A.). “…We believe (offering) a variety of solutions is the way to go.”

Cummins and Johnson Matthey Expand Efforts in Electrification

Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) today announced the acquisition of Johnson Matthey’s UK automotive battery systems business, a subsidiary of Johnson Matthey that specializes in high-voltage automotive grade battery systems for electric and hybrid vehicles. As part of the acquisition, Cummins and Johnson Matthey also agreed to collaborate on the development of high energy battery materials for commercial heavy duty applications.  

Five Things About Electrification You'll Only Hear from Cummins

Here are five things to remember:

1.WHILE ELECTRIFICATION HAS TREMENDOUS PROMISE, IT’S NOT THE ANSWER FOR EVERYONE RIGHT NOW

That’s why Cummins has pledged to first bring to market an all-electric powertrain for buses and delivery vehicles by 2019. We believe electric vehicles make the most sense in urban areas where the drive ranges are shorter and the vehicles can more easily be recharged. Many cities around the world are looking at electrification as a means to reduce pollution and greenhouse gases (GHGs).

Cummins Announces Acquisition of Energy Storage Technology

"To be a leading provider of electrified power systems just as we are with diesel and natural gas driven powertrains, we must own key elements and subsystems of the electrification network," said Tom Linebarger, Chairman and CEO, Cummins Inc. "By adding the expertise of Brammo and its employees to Cummins, we are taking a step forward in our electrification business and differentiating ourselves from our competition. As always, when markets are ready, Cummins will bring our customers the right power solution at the right time to power their success."

Get to Know Brammo, the Company Recently Acquired by Cummins

Cummins recently announced their acquisition of Brammo, Inc., which designs and develops battery packs for mobile and stationary applications. Adding Brammo’s battery pack expertise and resources is an important milestone in Cummins’ efforts to become a global electrified power leader.

Here are five interesting facts about Brammo and their products.

HUMBLE BEGINNINGS

Update: Power for Padarwadi, and Beyond

The news is good from Padarwadi, but there have been some difficult times, too.

It’s been more than two years since the tiny village in India, accessible only by foot, received a generator converted by engineers at Cummins India to run on oil from a local seed.

The generator powered a small mill to husk the rice that village residents grew so they didn’t have to make hundreds of trips to the nearest town. That town is more than seven miles away round-trip, through mountainous terrain.

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