Former UT Energy Journalism Fellow Maria Gallucci explores the work of engineers at UT Austin’s Center for Electromechanics and New York’s Unique Electric Solutions to design a prototype delivery truck for UPS that has zero emissions. The vans, which feature a zero-emission system comprised of hydrogen fuel cells and lithium-iron phosphate batteries, will be deployed in California later this year. For more on this groundbreaking research and other hydrogen-powered vehicles, read Gallucci’s latest article in IEEE’s Spectrum magazine.
UT engineers wrapping up work on prototype zero-emission delivery vans for UPS
Sept. 27, 2018