“We believe there’s an incredible opportunity for Cummins to continue to build a strong business in hydrogen production and fuel cell technology, contributing to lowering emissions and protecting our planet.”
Those were the words of Tom Linebarger, Chair and CEO Cummins when he today (16th Nov) opened the company’s virtual Hydrogen Day. Headquartered in Indiana, Cummins is a global technology leader that designs, manufacturers, distributes and services a broad portfolio of power solutions.
“In 2019, we generated $2.3bn in profits, on sales of $23.6bn. Cummins is ready to drive the changes and solutions that will power a more prosperous world, today and tomorrow,” he told the 1.8k live viewers.
“There are many reasons why we believe that hydrogen will play a central role in decarbonising the global economy,” he said. “For one, hydrogen is the most abundant element on earth, it’s light, its storable, its reactive and high energy per unit mass. Hydrogen is versatile. It can be transported as a liquid or as a gas, converted into electricity to power homes, transformed into methane for feedstock, or used as fuel for transportation.”
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