As a technology company committed to meeting the world’s sustainability challenges head-on, Cummins’s mission is to power a greener, more prosperous world – we call this Destination Zero. Our broad portfolio of power solutions is innovative, dependable, and helps customers around the world improve their efficiency and environmental credentials. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the rail industry.
Rail has a long history of underpinning economic growth. It transforms lives, businesses and communities. It has the potential to support responsible consumption and a circular economy in the face of increasing urbanisation and population growth.
Rail reduces road congestion and carries more customers and freight using less energy and producing fewer emissions than most other modes of transport. Cummins recognises the potential of developing increasingly sustainable, more resilient and safer railways for everyone.
Our vision, experience and technical expertise help us look beyond the obvious and bring critical thinking to all sustainability challenges. Many companies are pursuing alternative power as a potential answer to the world’s climate goals, and Cummins is leading the charge in battery, fuel cell and hydrogen production technologies. In fact, we’re way ahead of the curve.
Hydrail trains are driven by efficient electric motors – powered by high-output hydrogen fuel cells – an alternative to diesel combustion engines.
The current decade will be a transformative for rail; Cummins outlines three ways in which the rail industry’s near future will be different.
Cummins Inc. outlines the key components of a connected rail ecosystem, and what the future relies on in each of these.
Why has hydrogen been ahead of the curve? Cummins Inc. presents five reasons why hydrogen has a place in the future of the railway industry.
Cummins has expanded their offering to the rail market with the addition of the clean and reliable QST30 Tier 4 locomotive power module.
This month, Cummins Inc. and Knoxville Locomotive Works, Inc. announced the next step in Tier 4 locomotive repower programs.
Hydrogen fuel cells are recognised as one of the keys to a carbon-neutral future, and that future is now: powering a passenger train with hydrogen.
Cummins explores three ways in which the rail industry’s near future will be different: Connectivity, Power Systems and Sustainability.
Cummins to open new fuel cell systems production facility in Germany, strengthening its commitment to hydrogen in Europe.
Under the floor on Europe’s high-speed trains. On 20t grinders in the Far East. Cummins engines power rolling stock around the world.
Transportation, banking and capital markets are three very different industries with one thing in common: high susceptibility to future disruption.
The transportation sector is one of the pillars of our modern world. This article spotlights trends impacting the future of the rail industry.
The tender of 34 diesel electric locomotives will power passenger and freight traffic for Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA).
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