Port of Los Angeles banks on H2 power


A hydrogen-powered rubber-tyred gantry crane has begun operations at a Los Angeles terminal moving the port a critical step closer to zero-emissions.

The H2-ZE RTG Transtainer Crane, developed by MITSUI E&S and PACECO with funding from the Japanese New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), has gone into operation at Yusen Terminals. 

The pilot project is scheduled to run over the next four years with the crane in operation initially for 16 hours per day. 

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