Kawasaki and Yamaha begin hydrogen engine research project

KAWASAKI, Yamaha, and a number of automotive companies are joining forces to investigate the use of hydrogen fuel in internal combustion engines. The goal is to develop a clean carbon-neutral fuel that can be used in convention four and two-wheeled applications.

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Included in the group are Mazda, Subaru and Toyota, with Toyota teaming up with Yamaha and Japanese ignition company Denso. Yamaha has a focus on internal components and parts, in addition to engine prototypes, combustion studies, output performance and improvement studies. Denso is in charge of developing direct injection injectors and spark plugs.

Kawasaki has had an eye on hydrogen fuels since 2010 and is currently developing the world’s first liquid hydrogen fuel. It’s planning to have the product finalised by the end of this year, and the futuristic fuel is created from Australian brown coal. The firm already has static engines that run on hydrogen gas, with the aim of introducing them to cars, bikes, ships and planes further down the line.

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