New Power Progress Summit programme finalised

By Ian Cameron07 May 2021

The programme for the New Power Progress Summit on May 26 has been finalised and registrations for the event are surging.

Almost 1100 people from around the world have registered for the Summit. For more information visit

The New Power Progress Summit is devoted to the fast-growing world of electrification, hybrids and new power technology for the global vehicle and equipment markets.


15.00 - 15.05 (UK time)


Ian Cameron, Editor, New Power Progress (NPP)

15.05 - 15.25

The benefits of hydrogen as a power source for off-highway equipment and commercial vehicles

Jo Bamford, Chairman, Wrightbus & Founder, Ryse Hydrogen

15.25 - 15.45

Developments in electric and hybrid powertrain systems.

Kimmo Rauma, Vice President, Danfoss Power Solutions

15.45 – 16.05

Transmission technology for electric vehicles

Julie Marshaus, Engineering Manager, eMobility, Eaton Corp

16.05 – 16.15

Networking break

16.15 – 16.35

The case for heavy duty fuel cell vehicles and the policies required to support the transition

Jonathan Wood, Vice President of New Power Engineering, Cummins

16.35 – 16.55

100% electric: intelligent system solutions for zero emission drivelines

Tilo Huber, Head of Product Line Construction Machinery Systems, ZF

16.55 – 17.00


Ian Cameron, Editor, New Power Progress (NPP)

17.00 – 18.00

Online networking

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