Cummins Enze headquarters and water electrolysis hydrogen production equipment manufacturing base
Cummins adheres to the strategy of localization and long-termism in China, and has established a new energy power China headquarters and a new energy power China R&D center headquarters in Shanghai.Covering electrolytic water hydrogen production equipment stacks, fuel cell engines and their core components, high-pressure hydrogen storage bottle systems and other businesses, it is expected to be put into use in 2023.Drawing on more than 40 years of localization experience of Cummins’ traditional business in China, including R&D, production, supply chain, and service, Cummins New Energy Power will join hands with the upstream and downstream of the industry to jointly drive the prosperity and development of China’s hydrogen energy and fuel cell industries.
After a year of construction and development, the joint venture has established a complete organizational structure and local manufacturing capabilities.The annual production capacity of the first phase is 500 MW, which will be completed and mass-produced in 2023, and the subsequent production capacity can be expanded to GW (1000 MW) level according to market demand.The joint venture will continue to use water electrolysis technology and renewable energy hydrogen production technology to help various scenarios such as industrial manufacturing, chemical smelting, and renewable energy comprehensive solutions, and promote the industry to achieve the long-term goal of green decarbonization.
Cummins 200kW+ high-power forward-looking research and development of fuel cells
Cummins New Energy’s full line of products unveiled at the Foshan Hydrogen Energy Industry Conference
Cummins’ new energy business’s entire industrial chain products were unveiled, including industry-leading localized water electrolysis hydrogen production equipment, two stable and reliable medium and heavy-duty hydrogen fuel cell series products, and high-pressure hydrogen storage and transportation system solutions. Cummins’ new generation of forward-looking 200kW+ high-power fuel cell has made a big debut. As a new research and development achievement of Cummins, on the basis of inheriting the high stability and reliability of Cummins products, it further optimizes product structure and control, system efficiency, power density, and cold start. As well as an efficient thermal management system, it provides an ideal zero-carbon clean power solution for trunk logistics and long-distance heavy-duty applications.
Another exhibited HD120 is a mass-produced product specially developed by Cummins for the Chinese market. It has completed 10,000 kilometers of intensive road tests and 2,500 hours of DVPR durability tests. It has excellent performance, safety and reliability, and will soon be put into urban batch demonstration operation. Cummins fuel cell technology can provide power for various application scenarios of buses, trucks, rail transit, ships and power generation. More than 400 sets of hydrogen fuel cells are in operation in China and more than 2,000 sets of hydrogen fuel cells in the world.