The previous development partnership between DEUTZ and KEYOU is to be expanded in future. Both companies emphasised this in a press release. Following the successful prototype phase and the positive market response, the Munich-based start-up KEYOU and DEUTZ are intensifying their cooperation. Both sides intend to expand their existing development partnership and enter into a cooperation for the joint development, industrialisation and commercialisation of CO2-free hydrogen engines for off- and on-road applications. A letter of intent to this effect was recently signed by Dr Frank Hiller, Chairman of the Management Board of DEUTZ AG, and Thomas Korn, CEO of KEYOU GmbH.
“We are delighted that DEUTZ, as the world’s leading manufacturer of innovative drive systems, will in future also be committed to hydrogen propulsion and thus to our specific development know-how”
Thomas Korn, CEO & Founder KEYOU GmbH
“The use of alternative fuels such as hydrogen is growing in importance. We believe that this drive solution will be a valuable addition to our electrification strategy and play an integral role for zero-emission mobility in the future“
Dr. Frank Hiller, Chairman of the Management Board of DEUTZ AG
The complete press releases in the original:
Press release KEYOU: here
Press release DEUTZ: here