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Clean Cities Webcast. Cummins Westport Gordon Exel. Cummins Westport Inc. Business Overview 2005. Technology Partnership Cummins + Westport. HPDI technology development. New CWI JV. Automotive 6-9L transit, refuse & mid range truck (SI). Westport Demonstration Projects. HPDI.

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clean cities webcast

Clean Cities Webcast

Cummins Westport

Gordon Exel

cwi evolution

Technology Partnership

Cummins + Westport

HPDI technology development

New CWI JV

Automotive 6-9L transit, refuse & mid range truck (SI)

Westport Demonstration Projects

HPDI

CWI Evolution

Old CWI JV

  • Automotive - 6/8L transit, refuse & mid range truck (SI)
  • Automotive - 15L class & heavy duty truck (HPDI)
  • Powergen - 60L low emissions applications
worldwide focus leverage international r d
Worldwide Focus – Leverage International R&D

UK

CANADA

FRANCE

USA

CHINA

MEXICO

INDIA

AMERICAS

Mandates increasing?

Strong incentives?

Rapidly developing infrastructure

Emissions trading potential

LNG import growth

US Energy security concerns

FOCUS: US Non-Attainment Areas, Mexico, Brazil

BRAZIL

AUSTRALIA

EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST & INDIA

Potential EU Directive

GHG reduction focus

Growing mandates and incentives

Moderate infrastructure development

FOCUS: UK, France, Eastern Europe, Egypt, India, Iran, Pakistan

ASIA

Mandates increasing

GHG concerns

Increasing infrastructure development

Natural gas consumption increase

FOCUS: China, Thailand & Bangladesh, Taiwan, Phillipines

We are moving the JV to have a truly worldwide focus with specific target countries

beijing success story
Beijing Success Story
  • 2000 natural gas buses make it the largest LBSI CNG bus fleet in the world
  • Cummins Westport is currently the sole natural gas engine supplier to Beijing Transport
  • Running 18 hr per day, 7 days per week
  • 90% of 18,000 bus fleet to be operating on “clean engines” by 2008 Olympics
  • 400 trained service personnel on Cummins natural gas engines - this is the key to success
diesel cng pathways to 2010
Diesel

ULSD

Diesel Particulate Traps

EGR

Nox Absorber or SCR

SCR more efficient but a liquid that will be regulated and taxed

Lube Oil

Will require new, more expensive oil

Different oil filters

Will require new, more expensive filters

Crank Case ventilation absorbed in ’07

Sensor impact

Natural Gas

EGR

TWC

Diesel/CNG Pathways to 2010
slide9

Next Generation Technology

Cooled EGR

  • Lower emissions with use of simple passive TWC
  • Higher efficiency with combustion enhancements
3 way catalyst
3-Way Catalyst
  • Simple passive device, like oxidation catalyst
  • Highly effective control of HC, CO, aldehydes, and ultra fine particulates
  • ~95% NOx conversion effectiveness
  • Useful life requirement of 435,000 miles
key assumptions
Key Assumptions
  • Assumes 25% CNG/Diesel base fuel cost differential
  • Hybrid fuel economy based on GM/Allison promotional material
  • Hybrid continuous technology improvement assumed - both capital and battery life
  • Assumes US transit funded at 83% of initial capital cost (Huge benefit to hybrid LCC)
  • Model assumes diesel penalties for EGR and exhaust aftertreatment
  • Assumes planned gains in efficiency with 2007 CNG technology, and includes all capital and operating costs related to infrastructure requirements
slide14

Diesel

NOx - Diesel

$2000

3.5

$1500

3.0

$1000

2.5

$500

2.0

NOx Emission Level (g/bhp-hr)

$0

1.5

1.0

0.5

0

DRAFT

Baseline: 2004 Diesel

Diesel LCC increases with ULSD, EGR, exhaust aftertreatment efficiency and operating cost penalties

Same engine related costs transferred to diesel hybrid

slide15

Diesel

Hybrid

NOx - Diesel

NOx - Hybrid

$2000

3.5

$1500

3.0

$1000

2.5

$500

2.0

NOx Emission Level (g/bhp-hr)

$0

1.5

1.0

0.5

0

DRAFT

Annual Incremental Capital and Operating Costs - Urban Bus

2004-2006

2007-2009

2010+

Hybrid LCC flat due to declining initial cost/battery life benefits offset by diesel cost penalties

slide16

Diesel

Hybrid

CWI

NOx - Diesel

NOx - Hybrid

NOx - CWI

$2000

3.5

$1500

3.0

$1000

2.5

$500

2.0

NOx Emission Level (g/bhp-hr)

$0

1.5

1.0

0.5

0

DRAFT

Annual Incremental Capital and Operating Costs - Urban Bus

2004-2006

2007-2009

2010+

CNG declining LCC - efficiency gains and no complex after treatment costs

CNG is now and will continue to be the emissions leader

slide19

LOWER EMISSONS BEFORE 2010

LOW RISK, PROVEN TECHNOLOGY

ENERGY SECURITY

EMERGING ECONOMIC BENEFITS