Sustainability, a core value at CNH Industrial N.V., is a key driver in the company’s ongoing development and production of its extensive range of natural gas powered vehicles. The company is a pioneer in the use of alternative propulsion technologies in both on and off road applications – the latest example of which is the CASE Construction Equipment ProjectTETRA methane powered wheel loader concept.
Exhibiting at the World Biogas Summit, the largest international trade show dedicated to anaerobic digestion (AD) and biogas will be CNH Industrial brands: New Holland Agriculture, the agriculture pioneer in the field of alternative fuels, IVECO, the European leader in natural gas powered commercial vehicles including vans, trucks and buses and FPT Industrial, which is at the forefront of alternative propulsion technologies.
Innovation and sustainability come together in the array of products on display. New Holland will show the innovative Methane-Powered Concept Tractor, which combines visionary design with advanced and sustainable biomethane combustion, a key element in the Energy Independent Farm concept, which sees farmers producing fuel from waste products. The IVECO Stralis NP, the first natural gas truck specifically designed for long distance transport, which delivers the same performance as its diesel equivalent with ultra-low emissions will also be on display. FPT Industrial’s ground breaking NEF 6 cylinder and Cursor 13 natural gas engines which power the tractor and truck will also be exhibited.
Representatives from all three brands will address the summit on a range of topics including, the future of biogas in agriculture, advanced powertrain technologies, the circular economy as well as discussing the growing role institutions have in facilitating the adoption of natural gas technologies.
Now in its ninth year, the World Biogas Summit provides a unique opportunity for manufacturers, policy makers and regulators to meet with other key stakeholders in the sector to exchange ideas, discuss international market trends and review the latest gas powered technologies.