Tata Cummins Subsidiary Unveils Facility For Hydrogen-based Engine Production

Mobility Outlook Bureau
21 Mar 2024
09:14 AM
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Spanning nearly seven acres, the facility boasts cutting-edge technology, showcasing Tata Motors and Cummins' dedication to innovation, manufacturing excellence, and environmental sustainability.

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TCPL GES, a subsidiary of Tata Cummins Private Limited (TCPL), a joint venture between Tata Motors Limited and Cummins Inc. USA, inaugurated a new manufacturing facility in Jamshedpur. The facility is dedicated to producing hydrogen-based Internal Combustion Engines for Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicles.

The swift establishment of the plant within a year of signing an MoU with the State of Jharkhand underscores the steady progress toward decarbonisation strategies.

Girish Wagh, Executive Director of Tata Motors, said, 'The opening of this new manufacturing facility marks another milestone in Tata Motors' legacy of innovation. The hydrogen-based powertrain systems produced here will drive the future of mobility in India, making it both smarter and greener.'

Ashwath Ram, Managing Director, Cummins Group in India, reiterated Cummins' commitment to delivering advanced low to zero-emission technology products. He highlighted their dedication to the Destination Zero strategy, leveraging global expertise and strategic partnerships.

In line with PLANET 2050, Cummins' long-term environmental strategy, sustainability is at the forefront of its operations. The construction of the new facility prioritised eco-friendly practices, including the use of sustainable materials, energy-efficient systems, and waste reduction measures.

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