Transportation

Transportation

Domestic Research

ETA's domestic transportation research focuses on how vehicle technology and driving behavior affect emissions of urban air pollutants, and how vehicle technology, land-use patterns and travel behavior affect transportation energy use and emissions of greenhouse gases.

International Research

Global transportation energy demand is expected to grow by 100 exajoules (~100 quad) by 2050. Emerging economies such as China, India and Indonesia will be responsible for a substantial part of this future growth and have an opportunity to leapfrog to a clean transportation future. ETA's international transportation research projects focus on developing tools, modeling, analysis and design capacities to address the growing and complex needs of transportation systems with conventional, hybrid-electric and pure electric vehicles. This research is based in the Transportation Area's International Energy Studies Group. 

Contacts

Tom Wenzel (510) 486-5753 TPWenzel@lbl.gov
Alan Meier (510) 486-4740 AKMeier@lbl.gov
Anand Gopal (510) 486-5844 ARGopal@lbl.gov