Cummins laid out an aggressive strategy for hydrogen this week, addressing both production of the low-carbon energy source as well as the fuel cell technology to convert it into power for customers.
Speaking at the company’s Hydrogen Day, leaders said Cummins has the technical expertise and the manufacturing and customer support capabilities to successfully bring to market a range of hydrogen-related products at a scale for widespread adoption.
by Blair Claflin, Director of Sustainability Communications
Cummins is quickly becoming the leader in a power technology for commercial and industrial uses that could be an important bridge to a carbon-neutral future and beyond.
Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) can convert a higher percentage of a fossil fuel’s energy into power than combustion-based processes and can also use low- and no-carbon fuels such as hydrogen to generate power.
Belgian-based greenhouse company Varegro is using a Cummins HSK78G gas generator to power its facility in Oostrozebeke, West Flanders, making it the first in the world to be installed in a greenhouse environment.
Take a look at how Cummins' sees the low-carbon future of power at construction sites, using new technology diesel, hybrids and electrification managed efficiently through connected connected technologies.
Low carbon passenger rail service powered by Cummins’ hydrogen fuel cell technologies is heading to Austria.
French railway manufacturer Alstom introduced the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell passenger train called Coradia iLint in Germany using the Cummins’ fuel cells. Following that successful test operation, Alstom’s Coradia iLint will run in Austria for the Austrian Federal Railways.
/3BL Media/ - Cummins has announced the appointment of Kimberly “Kim” A. Nelson, former Senior Vice President, External Relations at General Mills, Inc., to its Board of Directors effective Oct. 13, 2020.
Cummins, a global leader in industrial power, is one of just 21 companies named “Culture Champions” in a study led by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting websites.
The study looked at nine key cultural values for employer success. Cummins ranked first of more than 500 U.S. employers for promoting a culture of diversity and inclusion, No. 7 for promoting a culture of integrity, and No. 18 for promoting a culture of respect.