ACRAMENTO — The California Energy Commission voted today to approve an $8 million grant to develop a high-capacity hydrogen fueling station to service and promote the expansion of zero-emission fuel cell electric Class 8 drayage trucks at the Port of Long Beach. Drayage trucks transport freight from a port to a warehouse or other location.
Promotion of fuel cell electric Class 8 drayage trucks can address the use of older vehicles with little or no emission controls that operate at the port. Promoting the use of zero-emission vehicles will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution at the nation’s second busiest container port. The station will source hydrogen from 100 percent renewable biogas.
EQUILON ENTERPRISES LLC (DBA SHELL OIL PRODUCTS US). Agreement ARV-18-002 with Equilon Enterprises for an $8,000,000 grant to develop a highcapacity hydrogen fueling station servicing and promoting the expansion of zeroemission fuel cell electric Class 8 drayage trucks at the Port of Long Beach. This station will source hydrogen from 100 percent renewable biogas