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Toyota bringing hydrogen-powered semis to Port of Los Angeles

The Project Portal pilot program will equip semi trucks with hydrogen powertrains to conduct port drayage operations, essentially handling short-haul local logistics without emitting any emissions aside from water vapor. Each truck will generate more than 670 horsepower and 1,325 pound of torque from two Mirai fuel cel stacks and a 12 kWh battery. The setup supports a cross combined weight capacity of 80,000 pounds and an estimated driving range of more than 200 miles per fill. CARB will be following the progress of this feasibility study with interest as we look to develop best mix of regulations.

Key Takeaways:

  • The fuel-cell trucks will be used for short-haul movement of cargo around the busy shipping port.
  • Toyota is bringing its hydrogen fuel-cell technology to heavy-duty trucks at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
  • The setup supports a cross combined weight capacity of 80,000 pounds and an estimated driving range of more than 200 miles per fill.

“Toyota is bringing its hydrogen fuel-cell technology to heavy-duty trucks at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.”

https://www.leftlanenews.com/toyota-bringing-hydrogen-powered-semis-to-port-of-los-angeles-95578.html