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Chinese 560 horsepower hydrogen-powered engine ignited
© Yuchai
Chinese 560 horsepower hydrogen-powered engine ignited
© Yuchai

Chinese 560 horsepower hydrogen-powered engine ignited

Chinese engine manufacturer, Yuchai, has taken yet another step forward in its development of hydrogen-powered engines, as it today (July 1) announces the ignition of what it says is China’s largest and most powerful hydrogen-fuelled engine.

The company has said, the success of its YCK16H, 15.93 litre, 560 horsepower engine intended for heavy-duty applications, supports China’s goals of carbon peaking and climate neutrality.

Read more:  Hydrogen mobility in China: Policy and market environment

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