JCB to give hydrogen combustion update

By Murray Pollok25 April 2022

JCB’s Tim Burnhope will give an update on hydrogen combustion engines at next week’s New Power Progress (NPP) Summit, a free online event on Tuesday 3 May.

Tim Burnhope Tim Burnhope, JCB’s chief innovation and growth officer, will discuss the company’s progress with hydrogen engines at the second New Power Progress Summit on May 3. (Photo: JCB).

Burnhope, who is JCB’s chief innovation & growth officer, will be one of five speakers addressing new power technologies at the Summit, which is organised by New Power Progress, Diesel Progress and Diesel Progress International magazines.

Click here for more information on the event, and free online registration can be completed here.

The full line-up of speakers and topics is as follows:

Amy Davis, vice president & president, New Power, Cummins (KEYNOTE)
The status of alternative powertrain technologies for on- and off-road applications

Deepak Shekhar, product manager, E-Mobility Solutions, Scania
Electrification technology for industrial applications

Benjamin Oszfolk, systems engineer, Fuel Cell Energy Storage Systems Marine, Rolls-Royce Power Systems
Fuel cell technology for marine applications

Peter Tepfenhart, product manager for Construction Machinery, ZF, and David Stockbauer-Muhr, head of Electric Systems Development for Off-Highway Applications, ZF Off-Highway Business Unit
Electrified drivetrain technologies for off-highway applications

Tim Burnhope, chief Innovation & Growth officer, JCB
Progress with hydrogen internal combustion engines

The two-hour event starts at 15.00 (UK: BST)/16.00 (EU: CET)/09.00 (USA: CST). Advance registration is required.

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