Push forward for hydrogen fuel cell trucks in North America with Cummins Daimler collaboration

Power and hydrogen technology company Cummins Inc. and Daimler Truck North America (DTNA) announced today (May 11) a collaboration between the two companies to drive hydrogen fuel cell trucks forward in North America.

The joint effort will see the retrofitting of Cummins’ fourth generation hydrogen fuel cell powertrains to Freightliner Cascadia trucks. The companies hope to reach a successful validation and have unit available for selected customers by 2024.

Rakesh Aneja, Vice President and Chied of eMobility at DTNA said, “CO2-neutral commercial transportation must not only be technically feasible, but also economically viable for our valued customers.

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