Zero Emission Bus Conferences

The Center for Transportation and the Environment has hosted national and international zero emission bus (ZEB) conferences since 2011 for industry professionals. These conferences allow transit agencies, OEMs, and clean technology professionals to discuss hot-button...

Zero Emission Bus Resource Alliance (ZEBRA)

The Center for Transportation and the Environment works extensively with the Zero Emission Bus Resource Alliance, or ZEBRA. ZEBRA is a professional association which began in 2015 for transit agencies to come together and share lessons learned about zero emissions...

Northern California Advanced Vehicle Technologies Program (NorthCAT)

CTE has partnered with University of California-Berkeley Transportation Sustainability Research Center (TSRC) and seven other organizations to develop a Northern California Center for Alternative Transportation Fuels and Advanced Vehicle Technologies (NorthCAT). The...

Southeast Regional Alternative Fuels Market Initiatives Program

CTE, in partnership with Clean Cities-Georgia, the Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition, the Palmetto State Clean Fuels Coalition, East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition, Middle Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition, and Clean Fuels of West Tennessee, is leading a project to...

Clean Cities–Georgia Administration

CTE supports the Clean Cities–Atlanta coalition through management of a portion of the coalition’s administrative and accounting work. This effort includes submission of Quarterly Alternative Fuel Price Reports for the Atlanta area to the Department of Energy...

DARPA Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Program

To serve the evolving needs of our national defense, Congress created the Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Technologies (EHV) Program in 1992. Electric and hybrid propulsion systems, which are cleaner and more efficient than conventional systems, have great potential to...