Hydrogen-Powered Yard Trucks: Piloting Zero-Emission Transportation at the Port of Los Angeles

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The hydrogen-powered ZECAP (Zero Emissions for California Ports) yard truck is showing that fuel cell technology can meet the rigorous demands at TraPac’s busy terminal at the Port of Los Angeles. Funded by Cap and Trade dollars, the project led by GTI Energy proves that hydrogen is a viable source of clean energy to haul heavy loads in a demanding 24/7 environment.
Watch this one-hour webinar recording to hear about:
  • Why companies are interested in moving to zero emission yard trucks
  • The hydrogen portable station at the Port of Los Angeles
  • The engineering technology that went into this pilot project
  • The data collected from this project and what we have learned

Jeffrey Chase

Clean Transportation Program Manager

SoCalGas RD&D

Mark Jensen

Vice President, Asset Management


Jerry Looney

Director of Sales

Capacity Trucks

Mary Fry

Director of Production Assets


Bart Sowa

Research and Development Manager

GTI Energy