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Skoda Group names new president
Company to combine bus, components business groups
Liebherr’s InnovationLab looks to the future of power
Addition to OEM’s Bauma stand features an array of alternative drive concepts
Siemens, Shell partnership to focus on green hydrogen
Companies will collaborate on development of low-carbon, high-efficiency energy solutions
Danfoss Editron and TESYA cooperate to electrify Mediterranean
Companies sign cooperation agreement to electrify the Southern European marine industry
Yaskawa signs five-year marine supply contract with ABB
16 permanent magnet shaft generators are to be installed for ABB Marine & Ports in dry cargo container vessels
New gen-sets ease marine vessel electric propulsion installation
Volvo Penta variable-speed marine generator sets enable vessels to be built with smaller battery banks and charged on the move
Baker Hughes to acquire Brush Group Power Generation division
Acquisition will enhance Baker Hughes’ core turbomachinery portfolio with electromechanical equipment
Podcast: Cummins CEO talks Path to Zero
Cummins CEO Tom Linebarger discusses New Power and the company’s push for decarbonization
Which contractors are joining the HVO revolution?
As pressure mounts from governments and consumers around the world to reduce carbon, contractors are switching from diesel to hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) to power their equipment.
Answers to common queries about fuel cells
Leading experts explain to Mike Brezonick why they are so positive about the future of fuel cells and answer some of the most asked questions.
BNSF, Wabtec commence battery-electric locomotive pilot test
As BNSF seeks ways to further reduce its environmental impact, the advancement of battery technology offers some possible solutions, the company said
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