UT engineers wrapping up work on prototype zero-emission delivery vans for UPS

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.