Global power leader Cummins Inc. was honored recently by Prince Charles as one of 45 inaugural recipients of the Terra Carta Seal, which recognizes companies for their commitment to sustainability and decarbonization.
Speaking just a short distance from the COP26 global climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, the Prince of Wales on Wednesday (Nov. 3) called on businesses to take a leadership role addressing the world’s climate challenges.
Cummins Inc. takes another step toward its path to zero, as it powers Letenda’s new 30-foot, zero-emissions transit bus named the Electrip®.
Cummins provided the complete electrified powertrain, including the powertrain controls, batteries, propulsion motor, power electronics, charging controls and connectivity systems for the new Electrip®.
Cummins continues to set the pace in delivering battery-electric buses to communities across the country with its partner GILLIG. The companies began collaborating in 2019 to set the standard for reliability, durability, cost effectiveness, and performance.
This month Cummins Inc. and GILLIG announced the production of the 100th GILLIG battery-electric bus. The milestone bus will be delivered to Metro Transit in St. Louis, Missouri later in October.
Global power leader Cummins Inc. will bring to market a new 15-liter natural gas engine for heavy-duty trucks for customers looking to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality.
The engine is part of the company’s expanding product line to achieve Cummins’ PLANET 2050 environmental strategy, which includes lowering emissions from the company’s newly sold products by 30% by 2030 and reaching carbon neutrality by 2050. The strategy aligns with the targets in the Paris Climate Accords.
Cummins Inc.’s HyLYZER electrolyzer, the cornerstone of the largest proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzer system in operation in the world, is the star of a new video explaining how its ability to produce hydrogen is a beacon for a low-carbon future.
Cummins wants to reach carbon neutrality by 2050 by offering customers a variety of power platforms so they can choose the technology that best works for their sustainability goals.
Global power leader Cummins Inc. has been awarded a nearly $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop technology critical to efficiently delivering energy from batteries to the motor in zero-emission vehicles.
Cummins Inc. has made another critical step toward reaching its climate goals and a decarbonized future, as the company was awarded $5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office, for the automation of solid oxide electrolyzer cell (SOEC) and stack assembly.
This award allows Cummins to further its efforts as a leader in alternative power and a pioneer in green hydrogen technologies.
Global power leader Cummins Inc. is accelerating its work on internal combustion engines fueled by low-carbon hydrogen.
The company has announced it will begin development of medium and heavy duty engines using the promising fuel. The initiative has tremendous potential for addressing the world’s climate challenges if the hydrogen employed is produced using electricity generated from renewable sources of energy.
Cummins Inc. electrolyzers producing low-carbon green hydrogen are part of an innovative effort in Germany to create a carbon neutral urban neighborhood.
The Neue Weststadt (New West Town) neighborhood is in Esslingen, Germany, a city of more than 90,000 people in the southern part of the country. The neighborhood spans over 100,000 square meters with over 450 apartments, office buildings and commercial space. According to officials, a neighborhood of this nature, on a converted freight yard and some three years in the making, has never been attempted before.