Hydrogen-Based Internal Combustion Engines (ICEs)

Hydrogen-based internal combustion engines (ICEs) represent a cutting-edge approach to decarbonizing heavy-duty sectors like construction and transportation, retaining the power density and operational range of traditional diesel engines while eliminating carbon emissions. Recent months have seen significant strides, with companies like Cummins, Caterpillar, JCB, and Kohler Engines initiating development programs and real-world demonstrations of these engines. These efforts underscore the industry’s commitment to a greener future, leveraging hydrogen’s potential to meet energy demands and operational requirements of heavy-duty applications, all while working towards near-zero emissions.

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