With a story that begins in 1954, when John Clifford Garrett’s T15 turbo was paired with Caterpillar’s D9 crawler, Garrett Advanced Motion has been a well-recognised name for many global auto makers for quite some time now.
Based in Rolle, Switzerland, the company has supported the development of over 100-million vehicles with its products and has an annual average launch rate of 100 new applications spanning fuel cell powertrains, electric powertrains, gas, diesel and natural gas.
With its innovations for fuel cell powertrains, which the company launched to support a decarbonised future, Garrett helps its customers to set new benchmarks in vehicle performance while evolving fuel efficiency.
Here, H2 View sits down exclusively with Lutz Glaeser, General Manager of Fuel Cells, and Peter Davies, Director of Powertrain, to discuss the company’s role in the hydrogen market, its product offering and plans for the future.
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