MAHLE secures hydrogen engine orders from Deutz

MAHLE has received a series order from engine manufacturer Deutz for the development and supply of components for hydrogen engines.

The power cell units consist of the piston, piston ring pack and piston pin, which Deutz plans to use in stationary hydrogen engines for the first time from the end of 2024.

Further applications in the off-highway sector, such as agricultural and construction machinery, are planned. These new engines can be operated in a climate-neutral manner using hydrogen produced from renewable sources.

Stuttgart-based MAHLE has already been working for years on engine systems for hydrogen and other climate-neutral fuels.

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