Hyundai and Cummins sing a MOU for collaboration on hydrogen fuel cell technology

27 September 2019, 04:14:00

Hyundai and Cummins sing a MOU for collaboration on hydrogen fuel cell technologyHyundai remains quite focus on hydrogen fuel cell technologies. It has recently signed a MOU for collaboration on such technologies with Cummins - a producer of electric powertrain, battery and control technologies. Their initial focus will be on the North American commercial vehicle market and other markets will be explored.

Hyundai, being a world leader in the development of hydrogen fuel cell technology, says there's an increased demand for fuel cell technology. "Hydrogen can be produced from renewable sources, stored economically, and deployed for a diverse range of industrial and residential energy-generation applications; as well as used in fuel cell passenger cars and commercial vehicles. Energy experts predict hydrogen will become increasingly important in meeting fast-growing global energy demand, while also supporting efforts to drive down carbon emissions from energy generation."

"This partnership is a terrific opportunity for both companies to leverage our respective strengths and create new opportunities to grow and broaden the product portfolio we bring to our customers," said Thad Ewald, Vice President, Corporate Strategy, Cummins Inc. "We've made significant investments over the past year to accelerate our fuel cell capabilities including our acquisition of Hydrogenics and this partnership is another step forward."

"With Hyundai's global leadership in fuel cell systems coupled with Cummins' unparalleled electrified powertrain technologies, we expect this partnership to leave a mark in the commercial vehicle market," said Saehoon Kim, Vice President and Head of Fuel Cell Group at Hyundai Motor Group. "Collaborations such as this will enable us to further diversify our business, as well as reinforce our global hydrogen leadership through sales of new and existing Hyundai fuel cell systems."Source

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