The Portable Emission Measurement System (PEMS) annual conference gathers leaders and top researchers from industry, government and academia to discuss the application and significance of PEMS in emission and fuels research.
This annual event gathers leaders and top researchers from industry, government and academia to discuss the application and significance of PEMS in emission and fuels research. The theme of this year’s conference is "From the Laboratory to the Real World: Understanding Community Impacts".
Researchers at the University of Southern California developed a centrally coordinated freight routing system and ran several simulations to minimize the social costs of freight transportation, also accounting for adoption of electric trucks. This policy brief summarizes the findings from that research and provides policy implications.
This policy brief summarizes findings from a research project which examined how natural gas infrastructure can be economically and technologically synergistic for natural gas and renewable natural gas in the near term.
This project provides energy and environment policy makers with both an up-to-date review of eco-driving outcomes and an understanding of how those outcomes depend on the behavioral contexts in which they are measured.
In this project, the researchers present an agent-based online adaptive signal control strategy based on real-time traffic information available from vehicles equipped with Connected Vehicle technology, with the goal of making freight operations more sustainable.