Toyota granted executive order from CARB for hydrogen fuel cell electric powertrain

Toyota has announced its been granted a zero emission powertrain (ZEP) executive order from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) for its hydrogen-powered, heavy-duty, fuel cell electric powertrain.

The powertrain kit will include hydrogen fuel storage tanks, fuel cell stacks, batteries, electric motors and transmission, and offer viable alternatives to traditional diesel powertrains as companies aim to decarbonise their fleets.

The CARB ZEP Executive Order certifies that a powertrain complies with CARB regulations for zero-emission powertrains to meet specific emission standards required for sale in California. OEMs using Toyota’s powertrain may be eligible for other incentives such as CARBs Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP).

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