Cummins opens new hydrogen fuel cell facility in Germany
Fuel cell production centre to help drive adoption of hydrogen technologies in Europe. Cummins’ new 14,100ft² hydrogen fuel cell production facility in Herten, Germany is expected to help the drive adoption of hydrogen systems in Europe. Engine builder Cummins Inc has opened a new hydrogen fuel cell production centre in Herten, Germany, that the company says will help accelerate the adoption of hydrogen technologies across Europe. The new 14,100ft² facility, said to complement the company’s existing alternative fuel power sites in Germany, Belgium and the UK, is located in a dedicated hydrogen park. The facility includes on-site hydrogen storage and a state-of-the-art hydrogen detection system. Future plans for the site include expansion into fuel cell stack refurbishment, with additional testing stations to supplement current capabilities.