The strengthened collaboration will create synergies aimed at leveraging the competences and product offerings of both companies – establishing dual-fuel hydrogen technology as a low-carbon interim solution before suitable zero-emissions alternatives become viable.
Each year, Claas shall purchase from Rolls-Royce several thousand mtu engines from Series 1000 to 1500 which it shall use to power its Lexion and Tucano combine harvesters, Jaguar forage harvesters and Xerion large tractors.
JCB is forging ahead with measures to help operators of its construction and agricultural machinery switch from diesel to hydrogen in future by ramping up development of a hydrogen-fueled engine and laying plans to source and distribute hydrogen produced using renewable energy.
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In this episode of On the Record, we take a look at the most recent push for right to repair, this time at the federal level. In the Technology Corner, Mackane Vogel shows us some new tech he recently encountered from Solinftec.