Alan Ohnsman of Forbes reports on Cummins’ investments in cleantech.
- Cummins is folding its multi-billion dollar cleantech division into a new company called Accelera.
- Accelera is advancing drivetrain components for 1,000 electric school buses and a 90-megawatt electrolyzer system for a carbon recycling plant in Quebec.
- Accelera is also supply Linde, the world’s largest hydrogen maker, with a 35 megawatt electrolyzer that will be used to create green hydrogen with water and electric power from Niagara Falls.
- Private sector leadership is driving clean energy progress.
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