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Review - G+L innotec at the 14th Int. MTZ Conference "Heavy-Duty" on 26th/27th November 2019 in Friedrichshafen

Rolls-Royce Power Systems as co-host of the event emphasized the importance of the Cross-Charger for its future drive solutions i. a. for gas engines, hybrid drives (rail and marine applications) as well as gen set and smart grid solutions.

 

Trade exhibition

Trade exhibition (source: ATZlive/Uli Regenscheit)

Cross-Charger, integrated into an MTU prototype ZR1.115

Our eye-catcher: Cross-Charger, integrated into an MTU prototype ZR1.115 (source: ATZlive/Uli Regenscheit)

Interesting lectures

Interesting lectures (source: ATZlive/Uli Regenscheit)

Lively discussions during breaks

Lively discussions during breaks (source: ATZlive/Uli Regenscheit)

Networking Dinner in the Dornier Museum

Networking Dinner in the Dornier Museum (source: ATZlive/Uli Regenscheit)

Networking Dinner

Networking Dinner (source: ATZlive/Uli Regenscheit)

Networking Dinner

Networking Dinner (source: ATZlive/Uli Regenscheit)

MTU factory tour

MTU factory tour (source: ATZlive/Uli Regenscheit)

Source: ATZlive

Source: ATZlive

The subtitle to this conference was "Challenge: CO2 limits". The legal requirements for reducing emissions are an important issue and a major challenge for the manufacturers of large engines and their components.

On our booth, we presented our Cross-Charger, integrated into an MTU prototype ZR1.115. The numerous interested parties prove that the Cross-Charger is a future solution for reducing CO2 emissions for heavy-duty engines.

We are pleased with the positive response in the field of heavy duty for this type of electrification to meet future emission requirements.