As the automotive industry strives for reduced CO2 and navigates stringent emissions regulations, a promising alternative powertrain technology is emerging: Hydrogen Internal Combustion Engine (H2-ICE).
Under ultra-lean operating conditions (Lambda >2,5) H2-ICE produce almost no NOx emission. This creates challenging requirements for the charging system but gives the industry the opportunity to offer ICE powertrain from their existing industrial base and supply chain at zero CO2 and ultra-low NOx tailpipe emission.
Garrett is evolving turbo technologies to address each segment and group of applications by utilizing dedicated, high efficiency aerodynamics, in single or multistage systems, and electrically assisted boosting.
Join us for an insightful exploration of how these advancements pave the way for an H2-ICE with comparable performance and transient characteristics to modern diesel engines, while achieving lower NOx emissions than a comparable ICE engine and no CO2 emissions.