‘Because of the practical nature of the technology, hydrogen ICEs can help accelerate decarbonisation making it a very relevant topic,’ says Cummins

One trending hydrogen-based technology that continues to send shockwaves throughout the industry is hydrogen internal combustion engines (ICEs). The innovative solution could be a bridge between fossil fuel engines and hydrogen fuel and present an almost seamless transition to zero-emission mobility.

Hydrogen already boasts significant ranges between refuel times in comparison to battery-electric vehicles, however with fuel cell development often seen as expensive, hydrogen-fuelled internal combustion engines cut out significant costs associated with this.

To learn more about its popularity in the market and why among our readers at H2 View it is gaining such popularity, H2 View spoke exclusively with Jim Nebergall, General Manager of Hydrogen Engines at Cummins.

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