Southern California Ports to Expand Electrification Efforts
California’s move toward its 2035 goal of requiring all drayage trucks to be zero-emission is ramping up. Port and trucking experts say to achieve that, the hard work needs to be done now and for at least the next 10 years.
$3 Billion Planned for Next-Generation Hydrogen Power Plants
Three power plants planned in New York, Virginia and Ohio will test whether hydrogen can one day replace natural gas in electric generation.
New Haven Port Seeks to Aid Truckers
The Port of New Haven has received $380,000 to build 14 electrification stations so truckers can park in comfort with engines off as they wait to load or unload cargo, according to the New Haven Register.June 20, 2011
More Electrification Firms Vie for Truck Stop Business
Truck stop electrification initiatives are proliferating again as four vendors try to convince more drivers to shut down engines and use the systems’ heating, cooling and Internet options to reduce emissions, costs and fuel use.June 20, 2011