Terex Advance, a manufacturer of concrete mixer trucks, plans to incorporate Cummins X15H hydrogen internal combustion engines into its Commander Series. This move aims to provide a zero-carbon hydrogen fuel option as part of their lineup when Cummins begins series production of the X15H engines later in the decade. Terex Advance aims to help its ready-mix customers decarbonize and reduce emissions. The X15H hydrogen engine is considered a practical and cost-effective solution. This integration aligns with Cummins’ fuel-agnostic platform, making it straightforward and efficient, with potential scale advantages and minimal impact on vehicle designs and operations.
‘”As the global need to reduce emissions becomes stronger, we are actively pursuing practical, cost-effective strategies to help our ready-mix customers decarbonize,” says said David Grabner, general manager at Terex Advance. “Cummins’ X15H is a feasible zero-carbon option for our renowned front-discharge mixer trucks, and we are eagerly anticipating the future deployment of this technology.” “It is exciting to see OEMs like Terex Advance leading the way in zero-carbon technologies, particularly in complex sectors like vocational trucking,” adds Jim Nebergall, general manager for Cummins’ hydrogen engine business.’