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New Cummins recruitment set to accelerate hydrogen innovation
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New Cummins recruitment set to accelerate hydrogen innovation

Cummins has announced Jonathan Wood as the new Vice President of New Power Engineering to accelerate innovation and scale in its alternative power business segment which house its hydrogen portfolio.

Wood has worked for Cummins for 27 years, most recently as Vice President of Components Engineering. Before his current role, Jonathan served as Executive Director of Research and Engineering for Cummins Emission Solutions.

He also spent time as Executive Director of Research and Engineering for Cummins Turbo Technologies (CTT) and Director of Asia Engineering for CTT, among other technical leadership roles. He is known for his collaborative approach, keen technical skills, and customer experience.

Amy Davis, Vice President and President of New Power, said, “As we move toward our goal of zero emissions, we are faced with increasing technology complexities.

“We need to continue to shape the technical organisation of our business with the right balance of process, startup culture and agility, underpinned with a unifying vision as we innovate and scale.

“Jon’s past experiences ushering in technological changes will serve our customers and our communities well as we navigate through this transition to decarbonised power.”

A powerful combination: Solutions, scale and resource to drive hydrogen forward

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From being one of the first in its industry to publish a sustainability report to being front and centre of the hydrogen movement today, Cummins a global technology leader steeped in environmental consciousness and solutions.

For over a century, Cummins has been designing, manufacturing, distributing and servicing a broad portfolio of power solutions, from diesel, natural gas, hybrid, electric, and fuel cell powertrains, to powertrain components and now electrolysers for hydrogen generation. Its products cover many different market segments, including buses, trucks, marine, mining, agriculture and power generation.

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