Photo Credit: Department of Transportation At first glance, platooning doesn’t look like much—just a few tractor-trailers driving down the highway a bit closer together than we’re used to. But, what is actually happening is much more complex and presents the opportunity for significant safety, energy efficiency, and cost benefits. Early studies have shown that 65%… Read More.
In 2017, about 46% of all new cars achieved 30 miles per gallon (mpg) or higher while the number of cars exceeding 50 mpg rose to about 5%. For light trucks, almost two-thirds achieved fuel economy above 20 mpg and less than one percent fell below 15 mpg. By contrast, in 1975, about 88% of… Read More.
Watch how state parks in West Virginia attract visitors with free electric vehicle charging. Click here to read more on the Clean Cities Website
Celebrate the past and build for the future at the 2018 National Biodiesel Conference & Expo. This anniversary gala will honor the accomplishments of the first 25 years of biodiesel and also focus on what’s next, examining where we are and where we want to go. Click here to read more on the Clean Cities… Read More.
Did you know, the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Laboratories are home to 32 of the fastest supercomputers on Earth? Scientists and researchers at the national labs use these supercomputers to accelerate research by creating models from complex data sets. Now, two new Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO) initiatives—High Performance Computing for Mobility (HPC4Mobility) and Big… Read More.