CTE joins a team led by the South Coast Air Quality Management District in a project to demonstrate and deploy zero-emission drayage trucks for goods movement between the ports and near dock facilities that can significantly reduce emissions and become economically viable. This project is a critical component of the wider San Pedro Bay Ports Zero Emission Cargo Transportation program (ZECT program) in which five FCEVs will be demonstrated with a range of fuel cell sizes and battery capacities. CTE is working with BAE Systems, Ballard, Kenworth Trucks, World CNG, and TTSI to develop and deploy one of the vehicles. These advanced technology trucks will operate along major drayage truck corridors including the Terminal Island Freeway, a primary corridor for port cargo travelling between Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach terminals and the ICTF.
San Pedro Bay Ports Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV) Demonstration Project