The shift to zero-emissions electric cargo movement will boost the demand for energy. That’s why both ports are looking at ways to meet future energy demand in a more sustainable and resilient way.

The Port of Long Beach’s energy initiatives call for renewable energy sources, alternative fuels, self-reliance and energy-related operational efficiencies. The Port of Los Angeles has launched EMAP, the Energy Management Action Plan, to bolster energy resiliency, availability, reliability, efficiency, and sustainability.

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