Today The Pasha Group announced its partnership with SRECTrade to transition to low- and zero-emission equipment across its West Coast operations. The logistics and transportation services leader is partnering with SRECTrade to generate and monetize carbon credits from electric vehicles and equipment under the California Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS).
The Pasha Group has led the transition to renewable energy in the marine ports sector through many projects and initiatives over the last five years, through initiatives to retrofit forklifts, drayage trucks, terminal tractors, and on-road EV trucks in California, the installation of dozens of charging stations, and a microgrid. The company has also conducted Terminal Equipment demonstration and prototyping projects in the Port of Los Angeles and serves on goods movement Technical Advisory Committees for the California Energy Commission. The Pasha Group and its partners have accomplished milestones in the marine port transition to clean energy such as approving and performing the first hydrogen refueling for a hydrogen powered vessel.
The Pasha Group continues to pave the way in electrifying ports with the support from incentives like LCFS, a market-based compliance program that provides ongoing funding to entities operating electric and hydrogen equipment. SRECTrade’s expert advisory and technology-enabled services make participation in complex compliance programs simple, rewarding, and transparent.
“SRECTrade is a valuable partner, providing our team with up-to-date information and opportunities to incorporate sustainability practices into our operations,” says George Pasha, IV, President and CEO. “Our partnership with SRECTrade contributes to our mission of moving forward as quickly as possible with our ESG goals.”
For companies still looking to benefit from clean fuels programs, The Pasha Group advises getting started now and working with a trusted partner like SRECTrade.