At KEYOU, we are proud to have participated in the 10th International Engine Congress held in Baden-Baden, Germany. This event brought together leading researchers, engineers, and industry experts from all over the world. We were honored to be one of the prominent participants at this esteemed conference.
Simon Bruckmeier took to the stage as the keynote speaker, presenting “LNT as an effective solution to minimize NOx emissions of hydrogen combustion engines.” This presentation highlighted the potential of Lean NOx Trap (LNT) technology as a cost-effective and efficient method for reducing NOx emissions. Simon emphasized that the technology could be easily integrated into hydrogen combustion engines and had the potential to reduce NOx emissions to near-zero levels. We are thrilled to have had the opportunity to share our insights on this important topic. As a pioneering clean energy company, we are committed to developing hydrogen engines that are environmentally friendly and cost-effective. The H2 engine has been receiving a lot of attention and development in recent years. We are proud to have been the first to talk about the H2 engine at this very conference a few years ago, and we are excited to see the whole world now working on it!
At KEYOU, we are always looking ahead to the future. We are focusing on converting existing vehicles in the commercial vehicle sector to hydrogen technology. We are retrofitting existing diesel engines with hydrogen technology, which will not only reduce emissions but also help extend the lifespan of these vehicles. This is an essential step in the transition to a zero-emission transportation system. We are excited to announce our first pilot vehicles, the world's first 18-ton trucks with hydrogen engines, which are due to be handed over to the first customers at the end of the year. This is an important milestone for us as it signals the beginning of a new era in the transportation industry, where clean energy will replace traditional fossil fuels. We will continue to share updates on our progress as we work towards our vision of a cleaner and more sustainable future.
Overall, the 10th International Engine Congress was a great success for us at KEYOU. We are honored to have been a part of this event and look forward to future conferences where we can continue to share our insights and advancements in the field of hydrogen engine technology.