Renee Moilanen, Port of Long Beach; Matt Hart, Grant Farm; James Dumont, Grant Farm; Todd Trauman, Grant Farm; Shawn Garvey, Grant Farm; John Meissner, Grant Farm; Tom O’Brien, Center for International Trade and Transport; Tyler Reeb, Center for International Trade and Transport
The Port of Long Beach has adopted some of the world’s most aggressive clean-air strategies, including goals of zero-emissions terminal equipment and trucks within the next 15 years. Seaports are faced with unique constraints when deploying zero-emissions vehicles and equipment due to, among other factors, high energy demand, restrictive duty cycle requirements, and diverse tenant and operational interests.
The Blueprint is a critical step toward making California’s zero-emissions future real and tangible. The Blueprint establishes a comprehensive strategy to help identify the most cost-effective technologies, financial incentives, and infrastructure upgrades for creating the model sustainable, zero-emission port ecosystem of the 21st century. The Blueprint is designed to accelerate the deployment of electrified transportation at local and regional levels with a holistic and futuristic view of regional transportation planning.