Toyota and Fenix collaborate on hydrogen fuel cell electric UTR

The first hydrogen fuel cell electric utility tractor rig (UTR) has been unveiled by Toyota and Fenix Marine Services.

Developed by Toyota engineers and deployed at the Fenix terminal at the Port of Los Angeles, the UTR prototype, also known as ‘UNO’, has been in use at the Fenix container terminal for the last month.

“We view the hydrogen fuel cell electric UTR ‘UNO’ as an expansion of our Project Portal hydrogen fuel cell electric Class 8 heavy duty truck development,” said Andrew Lund, Chief Engineer of Product Development at Toyota Motor North America Research and Development.

“We appreciate the support of the Port of LA and Fenix Marine Services to allow us to demonstrate another application of Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell electric technology.”

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