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The Environmental and Energy Studies Institute (EESI) and the Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) held a briefing on the conclusions of the newly released EERE Transportation Energy Futures (TEF) study. The study identifies a combined set of strategies to achieve deep cuts in petroleum use and carbon emissions from the U.S. transportation sector, emphasizing underexplored opportunities and challenges along the path to a more sustainable transportation energy future.
Speakers for this forum were:
Michael Carr, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, EERE
Arthur Rypinski, Energy Economist, Office of the Secretary of the Department of Transportation
Peter Chipman, Senior Transportation Specialist, Research and Innovative Technology Administration (DOT)
Austin Brown, Senior Analyst, National Renewable Energy Laboratory