ENVIRONMENT

There's hydrogen in them thar hills

POWER equipment specialist Cummins believes hydrogen, particularly proton exchange membrane fuel cell technology will be a key step towards a zero-carbon mining future.

 Cummins already has hydrogen fuel cells fitted to locomotives in commuter use.

Cummins already has hydrogen fuel cells fitted to locomotives in commuter use.

A price of US$3 per kilogram is what it will take to make hydrogen competitive with diesel technology. That is belief of a senior Cummins executive. Cummins experts told the company's Virtual Mining...

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