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Hyundai Construction Equipment and Cummins Inc. have partnered to develop a fully electric-powered compact excavator. This year, the electric test vehicle was displayed at bauma as well as the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE). “Hyundai is pleased to collaborate with a global industry leader like Cummins to address what both companies expect to be a burgeoning demand for electric-powered compact excavators,” said Stan Park, vice president of distribution and marketing at Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas.
Noise pollution is no laughing matter. Take a brief look at the process behind making some of the quietest generator sets on the market, and how Cummins is committed to combating environmental noise. If you admire Parisians who have the luxury of sipping their coffee with a direct view of the Eiffel Tower, consider this: The average Parisian has a hearing loss equivalent to adding more than 15 years their actual age. In its defense, Paris is not unusual; most residents in other cities face the same challenge at varying levels.
Cities all throughout the world are embracing an electrified future — leading to cleaner air, quieter communities, and more efficient transportation everywhere. While electrification is a growing trend just about everywhere, there are a handful of standout cities across the world that have been adopting electrification in breakthrough ways, on a major scale. Let’s celebrate these electric cities for their innovative spirit — and for showing us all what the future of electrified transportation may look like.
Cummins, a global leader providing a broad portfolio of power solutions, will power a bus in Chile with the Cummins L9N Near Zero gas engine, which is considered one of the world’s cleanest internal combustion engines. This is the first time this particular Cummins natural gas engine will be used in an application outside the United States. 
Cummins Russia has started partnering with the Old Age in Joy Foundation, which is engaged in helping disabled and elderly people living in nursing homes throughout Russia. Cummins has adopted a nursing home in the village of Belyaninovo (Moscow region) and regularly carries out visits in groups of 15-20 volunteers. The house is home to 38 people, including veterans of the second world war. A recent visit to the home saw 15 employees clearing the previous year’s gardens of leaves, painting the house and fence, weeding the garden and planting flowers.