Clean Air Technology Showcased at South Coast AQMD’s Diamond Bar Headquarters

On May 6th, South Coast AQMD hosted an inperson showcase at its Diamond Bar headquarters to feature the latest in lower polluting trucks, buses, shuttles, and other vehicles and equipment, including South Coast AQMD’s mobile monitors. Many of the vehicles and technologies showcased were funded, developed, and demonstrated through programs at South Coast AQMD. Some of these cleaner technologies are available through agency incentive programs that can be found online at

South Coast AQMD officials, fleet owners and operators, local and state officials, academic researchers, media representatives, and other stakeholders got to “kick the tires” on prototype/commercial low-emission trucks and learn more about incentive funding for commercially available near-zero and zero-emission trucks, buses, and lawn equipment.

On display were:

On-Road Vehicles:

• Volvo battery electric Class 8 box truck
• Daimler battery electric Class 6 eM2 box truck and Class 8 eCascadia truck
• Phoenix Motorcars medium duty battery electric shuttle bus
• Hyundai XCIENT Class 8 fuel cell truck
• Toyota/Kenworth Project Ocean Class 8 fuel cell truck
• New Flyer fuel cell electric transit buses and liquid hydrogen station at OCTA • Passenger fuel cell vehicle

• Orange EV Battery Electric Terminal Tractor
• Volvo Construction Equipment battery electric excavator and wheel
• STAX captures and control system for oil tankers display
• Progress Rail battery electric locomotive display

Other Showcased Equipment:
• South Coast AQMD’s mobile monitoring vehicles
• Near-zero and battery electric school buses
• TTSI’s near-zero Class 8 drayage truck
• National Readymix’s near-zero cCass 8 cement mixer
• Commercial Electric Lawn and Garden Equipment
• Booth for South Coast AQMD’s incentive programs

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