California's Route 66 to Clean and Efficient Trucks
CalHEAT Forum 2013 - Sacramento, CA
March 26, 2013
Over 110 industry stakeholders attended the CalHEAT Forum held in Sacramento on March 26, 2013. The stakeholders included clean and efficient truck vehicle, engine, and component suppliers, fuel providers, as well as significant attendance from members of the California Air Resources Board, the California Energy Commission, California Department of Transportation , the Sacramento Air Quality Management District, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, and the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District. The purpose of the meeting was to unveil the CalHEAT 66 Research and Market Transformation Roadmap and hold a day long dialogue among the industry funding providers and regulators as to how best go forward to meet the State of California’s environmental goals as they relate to medium and heavy duty vehicles. There were five dialogue sessions arranged in a manner to facilitate an understanding of the most critical action items for implementation.
A summary of the findings by the five panel at the Forum, presentations and proceedings are listed below. CalHEAT Forum 2013 Summary of Findings CalHEAT Forum 2013 Proceedings CalHEAT Forum 2013 Presentation by Lynn Terry, CARB CalHEAT Forum 2013 Roadmap Presentation by Tom Brotherton, CALSTART
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