Why Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Make Sense for Commercial Transportation

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The move towards zero emission freight can be felt across all sectors of medium- and heavy-duty vehicles as more cities, states, and private entities work towards meeting looming regulations and prioritize ambitious sustainability goals. Solutions to zero emission requirements are especially relevant in California, where the California Air Resources Board will be requiring percentages of Class 2-8 vehicles to be zero emission in the coming years and the San Pedro Bay Ports have set aggressive emission reduction goals as part of their Clean Air Action Plan.

The goods movement industry has shown a growing interest in hydrogen fuel cell vehicle technologies, as evidenced by the large participation in the California Hydrogen Business Council’s (CHBC) recent workshop hosted as part of the 2019 ACT Expo. CHBC is co-hosting this follow-up webinar to continue sharing industry insights and providing resources from their recent workshop.

Watch this recorded webinar to gain insight into:

  • Findings from CHBC’s newly released Hydrogen and Fuel Cells for Freight Workshop Report on the opportunities and challenges for hydrogen and fuel cell vehicles within the goods movement sector
  • An update from a fleet operating hydrogen fuel cell Class 8 trucks
  • An update on current and upcoming hydrogen and fuel cell technology projects

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The California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC) is comprised of over 100 companies, agencies and individuals involved in the business of hydrogen. The mission is to advance the commercialization of hydrogen in the energy sector, including transportation, goods movement, and stationary power systems to reduce emissions and dependence on oil.

Cory Shumaker

Cory Shumaker

Development Specialist

California Hydrogen Business Council

Tony Williamson

Tony Williamson

Director, Compliance & Sustainability

Total Transportation Services, Inc. (TTSI)

Bill Zobel

General Manager, Business Development & Marketing


Jacob Goldberg

Environmental Specialist

Port of Los Angeles