Caterpillar and Certarus sign MoU on hydrogen collaboration


Caterpillar and Certarus have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to discuss how they can work together to deliver lower-carbon energy options to their joint customer base.

The MOU discusses key areas where the two organizations will collaborate to advance the use of low-carbon fuels such as natural gas, both fossil and renewable, and hydrogen.

“Certarus is excited to work with Caterpillar on the transition to a lower carbon future. Together we will develop the tools to enable commercial customers to reduce their carbon intensity and achieve environmental and economic benefits. Through our collaboration we are quickly becoming leaders in the integration of hydrogen as a clean energy solution.”

Curtis Philippon, CEO of Certarus

“Working with Certarus to develop future lower carbon solutions for the industries we serve is a natural extension of our relationship. We believe our teamwork will combine valuable expertise from our companies to deliver comprehensive customer solutions for the energy transition.”

Joe CreedGroup President, Energy & Transportation
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