Global power leader Cummins is committed to net-zero emissions by 2050.
The 103-year-old company that commercialised the diesel engine in the early 1900s sees innovation as core to its history and is aggressively pursuing a broad portfolio of technologies to meet the 2050 target.
‘Clean’ diesel is still an important part of Cummins’ product portfolio and will continue improving in the years ahead as decarbonisation increasingly gets traction across industries.
Cummins says there are still significant efficiency gains it can squeeze out of diesel internal combustion technology to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions and atmospheric pollutants while still providing clean, cost-effective power to customers.
That said, Cummins is committed to an energy diverse future where a broad portfolio of power solutions will be offered – a future that includes internal combustion (clean diesel, hydrogen and natural gas), alternative fuels, hybrid, battery electric and fuel cell electric.
Cummins Asia Pacific will continue delivering the products its customers need to be successful as well as providing a service network that ensures parts and service capability wherever their vessel operations lead.
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