Planning and integrating a zero-emissions bus fleet can be a daunting task. Good planning is integral to effectively deploying ZEBs and integrating them into an already existing system. Erik Bigelow from the Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE) will highlight top three things you need to know before you start to build your ZEB fleet.
CTE is a nonprofit whose mission is to improve the health of our climate and communities by bringing people together to develop and commercialize clean, efficient, and sustainable transportation technologies. Since its start in 1993, CTE has managed a portfolio of over $530 million in team research, development, and demonstration projects and helped over 200 US companies move their technologies into the global energy and transportation mainstream.
Alice Grossman, Senior Policy Analyst, Eno Center for Transportation
Erik Bigelow, Senior Engineering Consultant and the Director of Midwest Operations, Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE)
About the Speaker:
Erik Bigelow is a Senior Engineering Consultant and the Director of Midwest Operations at CTE. Over the last 10 years, Erik has managed advanced transportation projects, including battery-electric and hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles, and leads CTE’s efforts in Key Performance Indicator (KPI) reporting. Mr. Bigelow holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.