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Cummins Launches The New Brand “Accelera” For The Zero-emissions Future

Cummins, the global leader in power and technology, today announced the launch of Cummins Accelera, a new brand for its new power business unit. Accelera Provide a diverse portfolio of zero-emission solutions for many of the world’s most important industries, enabling customers to accelerate the transition to a sustainable future.

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It is an important step in Cummins’ efforts

  • The launch of Accelera is an important step in Cummins‘ efforts to achieve its goal-zero strategy, which focuses on developing Cummins technology to achieve zero emissions in its product portfolio. Cummins’s targeted zero-emission strategy is rooted in the understanding that multiple solutions are needed to decarbonize all industries in a variety of applications supported by the company. Over the past few years, Cummins has invested more than $1.5 billion in research and technology, capital, and acquisitions to build up Accelera’s leadership and technology capabilities. Accelera Now a global leader in zero-emission technologies, providing battery power and fuel cell power solutions for commercial and industrial applications, today there are hundreds of electrolytic cells producing hydrogen around the world.
  • Cummins President and CEO.”As we continue to lead and advance engine-based solutions that power our customers’ businesses, we also build the broadest portfolio of zero-emission technologies dedicated to the commercial vehicle industry, such as battery electric and fuel cell electric powertrain solutions and electrolytic cells for green hydrogen production. Building Accelera strengthens our commitment to being a leader in zero-emission solutions and highlights our unparalleled ability to leverage our deep understanding of customer needs and applications.

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  • Accelera Is pushing forward with a range of zero-emission solutions, including hydrogen fuel cells, batteries, electric vehicle Bridges, traction systems, and electrolytic cells, to sustainably power a wide range of industries, from commercial transport to chemical production. Accelera As both a component supplier and an integrator, it is decarbonizing applications in buses, trucks, trains, construction equipment, fixed power supplies and carbon-intensive industrial processes.
  • Has led New Power since 2020, and Amy Davis of the business unit will serve as president of Accelera. Davis has been in Cummins for over 25 years, holding multiple global and business leadership positions. As Accelera President, Davis will continue to lead innovation and business development in market-leading zero-emission technologies and support customers to achieve net zero emissions.
  • Accelera The purpose is simple —— ensures a sustainable future for industries that keep the world running.” Davis said.”The launch of this new brand has driven more focus on our business and enabled us to stay ahead of the changing zero-emissions space. By leveraging Cummins’ deep understanding of customer needs and their application needs, Accelera will deliver leading zero-emission technologies to accelerate the transition to zero emissions.”

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  • In addition to today’s news, Accelera also announced the following zero-emission projects: Varennes Carbon Recycling Select the Cummins Accelera to manufacture and supply the 90MW electrolytic cell Accelera by Cummins Will provide a 90-megawatt proton-exchange membrane electrolytic cell system for Varennes Carbon Recycling’s plant in Quebec, Canada. The project will be the largest Cummins electrolytic cell project ever announced to date, and a key step in driving a green hydrogen-based economy in North America, which will help convert non-recyclable waste into biofuels and recycling chemicals.

Accelera and Blue Bird aim to power a new fleet of 1,000 electric school buses across the United States over the next 12 to 18 months. The production of electric school buses will be significantly accelerated, more than twice the zero-emission school buses that have been put into operation since the launch. With 1,000 new electric school buses on the road, it will reduce 10,600 tonnes of harmful carbon emissions per year. With Cummins ‘breakthrough technology reducing the company’s product emissions by more than 90% over the past 25 years, Accelera will continue to push the company toward a zero-emissions future. Accelera The near-term zero-emission highlights that will continue to grow include:

  1. Completed the acquisition of Meritor, Inc. and Siemens commercial vehicle businesses to advance electric powertrain solutions.
  2. Enhance global electrolytic cell manufacturing capacity through the gigawatt extensible plant in Friedley, Minnesota (the first in the United States) and Spain (currently under construction).
  3. It powers the world’s largest proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolytic cell operating in Bekankur, Canada
  4. To power the world’s first ship, car, truck and industrial customer hydrogenation station located in Antwerp, Belgium.
  5. To provide power to the world’s first megawatt demonstration plant in Windgas Falkenhagen, Germany, to store wind energy in a natural gas network.
  6. To power Germany’s the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell passenger trains.
  7. Deploy four hydrogen fuel cell powered Class 8 heavy trucks for several Marquis fleet customers in the United States.
  8. Power for 52 fuel-cell buses in Lingang, Shanghai.
  9. Use the FAUN to power garbage trucks throughout Europe.
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