Creating Waves in Smart Seaport Operations

The first 100 percent renewable microgrid at a U.S. marine terminal is expected to reduce greenhouse gases by 3,200 tons a year.

The only omni-cargo terminal at the Port of Los Angeles is set to become the proving ground for a revolutionary sustainable, clean-energy solution at marine terminal operations and industrial facilities.

In conjunction with the California Air Resources Board, Pasha Stevedoring & Terminals LP and the Port of Los Angeles launched the $27 million project that includes the first-ever renewable seaport microgrid accompanied by electric vehicles, battery storage and other emerging technologies to dramatically reduce pollutants and increase energy resiliency.

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