Cummins receives $7m award from US DOE

Cummins has received two awards, worth nearly $7m, from the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) for its continued work on enhancing economic viability of fuel cell powertrain solutions for heavy duty applications.

A leading developer of fuel cell applications, Cummins is currently working with a number of public and private partners on the projects, which are part of the DOE’s H2@Scale initiative.

“Programs like ‘H2@Scale’ are essential to gain the scale and investment needed that will lead to faster adoption of hydrogen fuel cell technologies,” said Amy Davis, President New Power, Cummins.

“The work we are doing with the DOE and our partners will help improve cost and operational performance of hydrogen fuel cell technologies to achieve greater parity with other available power solutions. We are looking forward to moving this technology forward and bringing additional hydrogen products to our customers.”

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