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MTU America

MTU America Inc. based in Novi, Michigan, is the American regional headquarters of Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG.

Under the  brand, they develop and produce high-speed engines and propulsion systems for ships and heavy land, rail and defence vehicles, as well as drive systems for use in the oil and gas industry and in power generation. The aim is to make diesel engines even cleaner and smarter. With their Green and High-Tech programme they provide forward-looking answers to the growing challenges of the mobility and energy transition focusing on electrified drive systems as well as alternative fuels and energy sources such as gas. Under the  brand, they build diesel gensets for emergency, base-load and peak-load power requirements, as well as co-generation plants for combined heat and power based on gas engines.



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MTU America In The News

  • av 日本We use innovative technologies to develop sustainable solutions for a climate-neutral drive and energy future. Our…

    @mtusolutions 09/24/20

  • More power: MTU's Series 2000 yacht engine now has 2000 mhp. With an output of 1,472 kilowatts - equivalent to more…

    @mtusolutions 09/15/20

  • av 日本Green energy supply for the island of Rarotonga: Rolls-Royce supplies three MTU-branded battery containers for a mi…

    @rrpowersystems 09/03/20

  • The four MTU 20V 4000 M73 engines are still hanging on the hook - soon they will power the largest yacht ever built…

    @mtusolutions 08/17/20

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