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TENNECO'S POWERTRAIN BUSINESS ADDS HYDROGEN TO ITS STRONG ALTERNATIVE FUELS ENGINE-TESTING CAPABILITIES
Tenneco's new H2 ICE test facilities provide a broad bandwidth of high-accuracy engine measurement capabilities, which enable the company to reduce or entirely eliminate fuel-related CO2 emissions.
Tenneco has established new test facilities for hydrogen-powered internal combustion engines at its Powertrain test centers in Burscheid, Germany, and Ann Arbor, Michigan. These two test cells specifically dedicated to hydrogen ICEs enhance the company's globally integrated ICE test capabilities, supporting original equipment (OE) engine and vehicle manufacturers as they decarbonize the ICE.
By adding H2-engine testing, Tenneco is well-positioned to provide technology solutions that can help to accelerate the reduction of carbon emissions of future combustion engine generations to achieve global climate goals faster.
As a leading supplier of engine components, Tenneco leverages its comprehensive ICE expertise to support vehicle and engine manufacturers in a variety of ICE decarbonization approaches for sector-specific CO2-neutral mobility solutions.