The US port of Long Beach is showing off new hydrogen and electric-powered handling equipment in its bid to become the world’s first zero emissions sea port. A $5.3m grant allowed it to buy the equipment, in a state-wide initiative.  

It comprises five vehicles: two battery-electric top handlers at SSA Marine’s Pacific Container Terminal at Pier J; and one fuel cell yard tractor, one battery-electric top handler and one battery-electric yard tractor at Long Beach Container Terminal on Pier E. 

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