New Power Progress Summit – registration deadline fast approaching

By Ian Cameron24 May 2021

More than 1500 registrations already for this un-missable event.

The New Power Progress Summit will be held on May 26 and is devoted to the fast-growing world of electrification, hybrids and new power technology for the global vehicle and equipment markets.

 

An exciting line-up of top-level industry speakers has been assembled by the Diesel Progress team of editors.
Already the number of registrations for the event is more than 1500.

The speakers are: Jo Bamford, Chairman of Wrightbus, founder of Ryse Hydrogen and son of JCB owner Lord Bamford.

Kimmo Rauma, Vice President, Danfoss Power Solutions.

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

Jonathan Wood, Vice President of New Power Engineering, Cummins.

Julie Marshaus, Engineering manager in the eMobility business of Eaton Corp.

The subjects to be covered include:

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

The challenge of reaching zero emissions transport systems in an inner city environment

The latest developments in fuel cell technology

Battery research – the latest technology

Developments in electric and hybrid powertrain systems

The summit will cover electrification, hybrid, battery, powertrain and new power technologies for the global vehicle and equipment markets.

The summit is aimed at anyone who wants the latest news, views and technology updates in the sectors of electrification and alternative technologies. The event takes place at 3 pm (UK:BST) 4 pm (EU:CET) 9 am (USA:CST)

For more information and to register visit www.nppsummit.com

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