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Cummins begins testing of two new engine types under its hydrogen internal combustion engine programme
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Cummins begins testing of two new engine types under its hydrogen internal combustion engine programme

Cummins has today (Sept 23) revealed that it has progressed its hydrogen-fuelled internal combustion engine program to begin development of a medium-duty 6.7 and heavy-duty 15-litre engine.

Being worked on as part of Cummins’ H2-ICE programme, the 6/7 litre hydrogen engine will focus on medium-duty trucks, buses, and construction applications such as excavators and wheel loaders.

The new 15 litre engine offers potential to bring hydrogen gas-fuelled engine capabilities to heavy-duty long-haul trucks.

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