Cummins unveiled its 15-litre hydrogen engine at the Alternative Clean Transport (ACT) Expo in Long Beach, California, on Monday (May 9).
This engine uses the US-based manufacturer’s ‘fuel-agnostic platform’, where below the head gasket each fuel type’s engine has largely similar components. The main differences take place above the head gasket for individual fuel types.
H2 View understands that the ‘zero-carbon’ hydrogen engine is intended to be produced in both the 15-litre and 6.7-litre model, which Cummins claims will ‘enable the industry to take action and reduce GHG emissions’.
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