On June 4th, QSL took delivery of prototype hydrogen-powered equipment at the Port of Montreal that will accelerate the decarbonization its terminal operations.
Developed by the European company Gaussin in partnership with Quebec producer Charbone Hydrogen, the equipment includes the APM 75T terminal tractor, which is specifically designed for container terminals and other heavy industrial applications. Running on (green) hydrogen, the APM 75T facilitates zero CO2 emissions, along with more efficient and quieter working conditions.
All alternative fuels, including green hydrogen, are low carbon. The Port of Montreal and QSL are striving to make greater use of them in their efforts to accelerate the industry’s energy transition.