HD Hyundai Infracore partners HOERBIGER for new Hydrogen ICE

Right to Left: Bernhard Zemann (Head of HOERBIGER Engine Technology), Joongsoo Kim (Head of Engine Division HD Hyundai Infracore), Keith Brooks (Senior Vice President of OEM Sales Altronic).

HD Hyundai Infracore showcases new hydrogen-powered internal combustion engine (ICE) with H2PFI injectors from HOERBIGER at the recent ConExpo in Las Vegas in the US

This hydrogen-powered ICE can produce a power output of 300 kW (402 HP) and will see mass production in 2025. It will be installed on buses, trucks and construction equipment. While meeting Zero CO2 and Zero Impact Emission requirements it is also 25-30% more economical than battery packs or fuel cells when vehicle price and maintenance costs are considered. One fueling of 10 minutes allows the vehicle to drive for a distance of up to 500 km (310.6 miles). 

Hoerbiger injectors for H2 cogeneration plants

“We are proud to be able to support our valued partner HD Hyundai Infracore to develop a zero-carbon emission ICE and to bring it into mass production. We firmly believe that the hydrogen ICE has a place in the green energy future for mid to heavy duty applications. We hence continue our commitment to lead the way in fuel injection and ignition technology for hydrogen-powered ICEs”, says Bernhard Zemann.

The Hyundai Heavy Industries Group has completed its shift to a holding company structure by launching “HD Hyundai”. The Group’s shake-up came amid growing needs to improve the corporate governance, ensure financial soundness and help its subsidiaries fully focus on their core specializations.


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