SSA’s terminal in Oakland is going green.  The terminal will retrofit thirteen rubber tire gantry cranes (aka transtainers or RTG’s) to use hybrid power.  While the cranes will have diesel power back up, they will run primarily on batteries. The batteries will be charged in the normal course operations while lifting and lowering containers.

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Breathe easier residents and port users.  This project is part of the port’s and industry’s commitment to moving towards zero and near-zero emissions.

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