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Cummins fuel cell systems production centre set to boost hydrogen adoption
© Cummins
Cummins fuel cell systems production centre set to boost hydrogen adoption
© Cummins

Cummins fuel cell systems production centre set to boost hydrogen adoption

Cummins’ brand-new hydrogen fuel cell systems production centre, with an initial annual production capacity of 10MW, is now operational in the German town of Herten.

Part of a wider effort scale-up the adoption of hydrogen technologies across Europe, the new site will have an initial focus on the manufacturing of PEM fuel cells for Alstom’s hydrogen-powered iLint trains.

Read more: Alstom: Hydrogen key to removing diesel from railways

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