Cummins to develop ‘industry first’ fuel agnostic internal combustion powertrains with hydrogen included

With zero-emission internal combustion powertrains recognised as key low-carbon technology, Cummins has revealed an “industry first” fuel agnostic variant capable of operating with hydrogen.

Not only will the engines be capable of running on hydrogen, but these will also additionally be able to run on a variety of zero-emission fuels that will help broaden the low-carbon mobility sector.

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