This report was submitted to the Houston Advanced Research Center, and summarizes results of truck idling testing and auxiliary power unit (APU) testing conducted at TTI’s Environmental and Emissions Research Facility. TTI is conducting a follow-up study with the USEPA which includes additional APU testing and the development of an APU verification protocol.
The purpose of the website is to provide public and private sector agencies with a tool to identify locations to implement truck stop electrification so that it will form part of a national network, have the greatest potential of reducing idling, and have the greatest environmental benefit. The site is also useful to identify existing electrified truck stops and candidate truck stops along the nation's major truck corridors.
National Deployment Strategy for Truck Stop Electrification (PDF)
preprint of the 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, D.C. 2006
In-Cab Air Quality of Trucks Air Conditioned and Kept in Electrified Truck Stop (PDF) Doh-Won Lee, Josias Zietsman, Mohamadreza Farzaneh, Wen-Whai Li, Hector A. Olvera, John M. E. Storey, and Laura Kranendonk
Implementation of Idle Reduction Technologies at Ports — Case Study Evaluation for the Port of Houston (PDF) Report Prepared for Office of Transportation and Air Quality: U.S. EPA
Victor McMahan — USEPA, SmartWay Technology Verification
The Research Team would like to thank Idle Aire and Shurepower (suppliers of truck stop electrification) for providing information regarding existing and planned installations as well as truck stops in general.
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