Boats and Ports

Smarter power
from the port

The maritime industry is a vital source of economic activity, moving people and goods around the world. Hydrogen fuel cells have the potential to significantly reduce carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases while helping to power a global supply chain.

HyPM™ fuel cells .

HyPM™ fuel cells

The Cummins HyPM™ platform is the first-ever fully integrated hydrogen fuel cell power system. Cutting energy consumption, costs, and maintenance while improving water and air quality, HyPM™ technology is replacing traditional power options at ports worldwide—both on land and at sea.

Electrifying the Port of Los Angeles for drayage trucks.

Electrifying the Port of Los Angeles for drayage trucks

Charging infrastructure is a critical part of making electric-powered solutions a reality. In the case of the Port of Los Angeles, an innovative project funded U.S. Department of Energy and led by Wireless Advanced Vehicle Electrification (WAVE), focused on developing and deploying high-power extreme fast charging.

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In the case of the Port of Los Angeles, an innovative project funded U.S. Department of Energy and led by Wireless Advanced Vehicle Electrification (WAVE), focused on developing and deploying high-power extreme fast charging.

Ports have the advantage of being closed systems, which allows them to be easily adapted to low-carbon solutions. From drayage trucks to stationary power installations, there are numerous opportunities to decarbonize port operations with Cummins proven technologies.

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