Cummins agrees to integrate its hydrogen ICE technology into Terex® Advance trucks

Cummins and Terex® Advance have signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) to integrate hydrogen internal combustion engines (ICE) into Terex’s Commander Series.

The Commander Series trucks are currently powered by Cummins’ diesel engines, but the company will now provide its X15H hydrogen ICE when series production of the technology begins later this decade.

The X15H is based on familiar combustion engine technology, with integration into the truck chassis being straightforward and doesn’t require a major overhaul of vehicle design or business operations.

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