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Improving the Fuel Economy of Heavy-Duty Fleets

San Diego, California
February 22, 2006

This workshop brought together managers of heavy-duty fleet operations and government officials from around the world to discuss the future direction of environmental policy to improve fleet fuel economy. This event was an unique opportunity for a frank exchange on how regulatory actions, economic incentives, and voluntary programs can be structured and harmonized to achieve environmental goals while simultaneously helping fleet operators achieve their commercial goals. The workshop agenda and presented materials can be accessed by clicking on the workshop title.

Hosted by the ICCT and the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM). With support from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.



February 22, 2006
February 22, 2006 Presentation
Odd-Even Bustnes, Rocky Mountain Institute
February 22, 2006 Presentation
John Boesel, WestStart-CALSTART
February 22, 2006 Presentation
Lynda Harvey, Natural Resources Canada
February 22, 2006 Presentation
Guenter Hoermandinger, European Commission
February 22, 2006 Presentation
Michael Walsh, International Consultant
February 22, 2006 Presentation
Robert Hall, UPS
February 22, 2006 Presentation
Sid Gooch, FedEx Express
February 22, 2006 Presentation
Richard Fraer, US Postal Service
February 22, 2006 Presentation
Tom Stover, Eaton Corporation
February 22, 2006 Presentation
Cheryl Bynum, US Environmental Protection Agency
February 22, 2006 Presentation
Anthony Greszler, Volvo Powertrain North America
Improving the Fuel Economy of Heavy-Duty Fleets

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