Caterpillar recently announced the launch of a three-year program to demonstrate a hydrogen-hybrid power solution using it’s new C13D engine platform. Starting in early 2024, the project will demonstrate state-of-the-art control systems and electric-hybrid components that will help hydrogen-fueled engines meet or exceed the power density and transient performance of traditional diesel engines. The project is partially funded by the U.S> Department of Energy’s Vehicle Technologies Office through the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. The Cat C13D enables the use of renewable liquid fuels such as 100% HVO and B100 distilled or standard biodiesel. The core architecture of the engine is designed for the future development of natural-gas and hydrogen capabilities.

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