Argonne National Laboratory Seeking Stakeholder Input on Off-Road Vehicle Energy Efficiency

The Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) is conducting a “Potential for Energy Efficiency Improvements for Off-Road Vehicles” study for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and would like input from industry regarding opportunities and barriers to increased off-road vehicle efficiency.

To submit your input on the topic, please fill out this questionnaire and email your responses to Essam M. Elhannouny, PhD (eel-hannouny@anl.gov)at the Center for Transportation Research at ANL. Provide input on as many or as few topics as you’re able. Questions, comments, and concerns can be directed to eel-hannouny@anl.gov as well.

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