Diesel, decarbonization, and the path forward for Cummins

Diesel, decarbonization, and the path forward for Cummins

The trucking industry is moving toward greater decarbonization and taking its first steps into electrification that doesn’t depend on fossil fuels, so what does this mean for the world’s largest diesel engine manufacturer?

Cummins President and Chief Operating Officer Jennifer Rumsey took the time to sit down with me for an exclusive interview focused on the future direction of the manufacturing giant. From diesel’s role in a decarbonized future to innovation and technologies that will aim to meet reduced emissions goals in 2030, 2050 and beyond, Rumsey details Cummins’ role in making a positive impact on climate change going forward.

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