Schneider Battery-Electric Truck Ribbon Cutting Event
Schneider Freightliner eCascadia cuts the ribbon to open the newly installed charging depot for Schneider’s growing battery-electric fleet.
Schneider President & CEO, Mark Rourke, delivers opening statement at the battery-electric fleet ribbon cutting event highlighting Schneider’s leadership in deploying zero-emission trucks.
Daimler Truck North America Vice President of eMobility, Rakesh Aneja signifies the importance of deploying zero-emission trucks to mitigate environmental impacts at Schneider’s battery-electric fleet ribbon cutting event.
California Air Resources Board Chair, Liane Randolph, shares remarks commending Schneider’s leadership to zero-emission commercial transportation at Schneider’s battery-electric fleet ribbon cutting event.
California Energy Commision Commissioner, Patty Monahan emphasizes the importance of the battery-electric truck’s deployment to preserve the health of surrounding communities at Schneider’s battery-electric fleet ribbon cutting event.
South Coast Air Quality Management District Vice Chair, Michael Cacciotti shares the importance of reducing emissions from the thousands of vehicles that travel through the Southern California basin at Schneider’s battery-electric fleet ribbon cutting event.
Schneider’s Freightliner eCascadia’s powered by Power Electronics 350 kW chargers.
Schneider's Freightliner eCascadia fleet and newly energized charging infrastructure.
Close up of some of the dual port 350 kW Power Electronics chargers at Schneider’s South El Monte facility.
Close up of a Schneider Freightliner eCascadia and newly energized charging infrastructure.
16 dual port 350 kW chargers have been installed at Schneider’s South El Monte facility.
Schneider – a premier multimodal provider of transportation, intermodal, and logistics services, and JETSI project partner – hosted a ribbon cutting event on June 7th to celebrate the scaled deployment of battery-electric trucks and charging infrastructure Schneider will have nearly 100 Freightliner eCascadias operating from its South El Monte facility in Southern California by year’s end, including 50 that were funded through the JETSI project. The site features 16 350 kW dual-corded dispensers to allow Schneider to charge 32 trucks simultaneously
JETSI is jointly financed by California Air Resources Board and California Energy Commission ($26.98 million), MSRC ($8 million), and South Coast AQMD ($5.4 million), with an additional $21.7 million from Port of Long Beach, Port of Los Angeles, Southern California Edison, NFI, and Schneider. JETSI is part of California Climate Investments, a statewide program that puts billions of cap-and-trade dollars to work reducing greenhouse gas emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment, particularly in disadvantaged communities.