Toyota, in partnership with Kenworth, plans to deploy 10 more hydrogen-electric tractors at LA area ports.

The Port of Los Angeles has received $41 million from the California Air Resources Board to help the port move toward its goal of becoming a near-zero emissions facility, and Port partners Toyota, Kenworth and Shell announced they’ll foot another $41.5 million fund the emissions-reduction project.

Toyota in 2017 began testing a hydrogen-electric-powered Kenworth T680 at LA-area ports last summer, and it unveiled the second iteration of the hydrogen-electric tractor this summer. Ten new zero-emission hydrogen-electric Kenworth T680 tractors, to be developed via a

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