Total Transportation Services (TTSI) hydrogen trucks are participating in the “Shore to Shore” program at the Port of Los Angeles that tests the next generation of clean trucks and cargo-handling equipment.
UPDATE: The Port of Los Angeles is launching five hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) as well as the grand opening of two hydrogen fueling stations under the $82.5 million Shore-to-Store (S2S) project. The 12-month demonstration of zero-emissions Class 8 trucks will now include five more hydrogen-fueled heavy-duty trucks, two battery-electric yard tractors, and two battery-electric forklifts.Port of Los Angeles demonstrates hydrogen fuel cell electric freight | FleetOwner – June 09, 2021
TTSI will be one of the select partners running the ultra-powerful, state-of-the-art Kenworth – Toyota Hydrogen Trucks, and fuel at a new high-capacity Shell hydrogen fueling station in Wilmington, CA.
“The project builds on the port’s existing clean air and sustainability initiatives and is designed to assess the feasibility of the zero-emissions vehicles in a heavy-duty setting, officials said. It will also expand infrastructure to support the use of hydrogen throughout the region.”DC Velocity Staff, “Port of L.A. launches zero-emissions freight demo”, June 09, 2021
TTSI believes Class 8 Hydrogen Trucks are the future of sustainable transportation. Hydrogen supports our operation 20 Hours per day, six days per week, and emits only pure water and heat. TTSI’s goal is to operate a zero-emission fleet that services our customers while being a steward to the environment. We’re testing nearly every zero-emission class 8 tractor on the market, and have identified the precise needs of our operations down to the last mile and turn-around minute.
* All images are from the Port Of Los Angeles video above.