Greening the San Pedro Bay Ports

Moderator: 
Jim Kelly, Former Senior VP, Southern California Edison
Speakers:

Doug Failing, Executive Director of Highway Projects, Los Angeles Metro
Ambassador Vilma Martinez, Chair, Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners
Hector de la Torre, Commissioner, California Air Resources Board; Executive Director, Transamerica Center for Health Studies
Rodger Schwecke, Vice President of Customer Solutions, Southern California Gas Company
Rich Dines, Vice President, Harbor Commission, Port of Long Beach
Responder:
Rob Del Core, Business Development Director, Fuel Cell Power Systems, Hydrogenics USA

The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach combined are the busiest in the nation, and the 6th busiest in the world. They have undertaken ambitious efforts toward sustainability, including adopting the most comprehensive strategy to cut air pollution and reduce health risks ever produced for a global seaport complex. What now? Which areas offer the most promising next steps for the ports as they seek to increase efficiency, lower energy consumption, and reduce pollution—all while facing formidable competition from around the world? What initiatives will have the largest impact on creating more sustainable ports?

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Greening the San Pedro Bay Ports