UTA Paratransit Reduced Idling System

CTE has partnered with Utah Transit Authority (UTA) to develop and demonstrate the Eparc system to reduce paratransit diesel engine idling, lowering operating costs, reducing energy usage, and improving air quality. The University of Texas Center for Electromechanics,...

Waste Heat Recovery at LYNX

CTE is partnering with Hi-Z, International Trade Bridge, Energy Florida, and LYNX Transit in Orlando, Florida to develop and demonstrate a thermoelectric generator that will be used to provide supplemental power and reduce the amount of power required from the...

Reduced Engine Idle Load (REIL) System

CTE, in partnership with the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), has been selected to develop and demonstrate a BAE Systems prototype Reduced Engine Idle Load System. This first-of-its-kind effort will bring a multimode, electric accessory...

Emerging Technology Verification

CTE, in partnership with Truck Emission Control Technologies, Inc., (TECT) is managing a project that will test the performance of diesel emissions reduction technology on truck fleets in San Antonio, TX, and Indianapolis, IN. This project is funded through the...

I-75 Green Corridor Program

Since 2009, 30+ partners have been collaborating on the “longest biofuels corridor on the planet” by making all 1,786 miles of the U.S. interstate I-75 traversable using either of the biofuels E85 ethanol or B20 biodiesel.  Through 2013, the project has added 28 E85...