The technology involved apparently has critics, but this would seem to be at least marginally good news (leaving aside that I’m under the impression that zero emission vehicles and maybe free energy technology have both been possible for a very long time, but suppressed for the usual reasons).
Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell trucks are now moving goods around the Port of LA. The only emission is water vapor.
A concept version of Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell truck is running short-haul drayage routes at the Port of Los Angeles as part of a feasibility study, which figures in to the port’s efforts to reduce harmful emissions. The truck will move goods from select Port of LA and Long Beach terminals to surrounding rail yards and warehouses for distribution.