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The Port of Virginia to get $14 million from state for two more electric ship-to-shore cranes, trucks
by Kimberly Pierceall
The Virginian-Pilot Translate This Article
10 July 2020
On 10 July 2020 The Virginian-Pilot reported:
The Port of Virginia will ditch two diesel-powered, ship-to-shore cranes and several gas-powered container tractors, replacing them with all-electric versions once it gets $14 million from the state. Governor Ralph Northam said the effort at the port aligns with the state's goal of converting entirely to clean energy by 2050. He said it's possible for the state to be both environmentally friendly and attractive to business, saying a focus on renewable energy is increasingly a draw for businesses looking to relocate or grow.
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