Despite never gaining much traction, hydrogen is sometimes hailed as a significant zero-emissions fuel for transportation in the future. Though the intent is to use hydrogen as fuel, it is also helping advance the science of energy storage. The future’s most anticipated development would be hydrogen produced from renewable energy sources. The decreasing cost of solar and wind energy is what enables this. Additionally, the hardware is now becoming more reasonably priced. In the meantime, funding for research and development is being targeted by governments worldwide, as they see hydrogen as a catalyst for net-zero emissions.
Cummins is prospering because it is skilled at meeting the increasingly strict environmental regulations on diesel engines. And when the time comes that all trucks run on hydrogen or batteries, replacing diesel completely, Cummins will be ready to deliver. Watch this video at Fortune to find out more about hydrogen-powered vehicles
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