Port of Los Angeles announces $5m incentives for zero-emission trucks

The Port of Los Angeles has released $5m in voucher incentives for zero-emission trucks to operate at the port with the first vehicles due to begin operating next year.

It marks the first in a series of incentive programs that will be funded by the port’s recently enacted Clean Truck Fund (CTF).

The voucher program uses California’s existing Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) funding application process to provide incentive funding of $150,000 toward eligible zero-emission truck purchases servicing the San Pedro Bay port complex.

Los Angles Mayor Eric Garcetti said the port isn’t solely an economic driver but must also show environmental stewardship and prosperity go hand-in-hand.

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