Initiatives

Yunshi Wang, director of the China Center for Energy and Transportation at UC Davis, and Zhixin Wu, deputy director of the China Automotive Technology and Research Center, sign a memorandum of understanding for the two institutions to work together to speed the commercialization of zero emission vehicles. The ceremony took place September 6, 2014 in Tianjin, China. Behind them, from left, are Alberto Ayala, deputy executive officer of the California Air Resources Board, and Gang Li, department chief of the Industry Coordination Bureau of the National Development and Reform Commission.

Yunshi Wang, director of the China Center for Energy and Transportation at UC Davis, and Zhixin Wu, deputy director of the China Automotive Technology and Research Center, sign a memorandum of understanding for the two institutions to work together to speed the commercialization of zero emission vehicles. The ceremony took place September 6, 2014 in Tianjin, China. Behind them, from left, are Alberto Ayala, deputy executive officer of the California Air Resources Board, and Gang Li, department chief of the Industry Coordination Bureau of the National Development and Reform Commission.

C-CET serves as a two-way learning and research center, where research learnings, experiences and new ideas are shared between California and China. C-CET facilitates study and research in China for U.S. graduate students and faculty, and invites Chinese researchers and students to visit and study at UC Davis.

China-U.S. ZEV Policy Lab

C-CET currently spearheads the China-U.S. ZEV Policy Lab, an international collaboration between UC Davis and the China Automotive Technology and Research Center (CATARC) on clean vehicles development. The five-year project will help expand the global market for zero emission vehicles (ZEVs).

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U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center Clean Vehicles Consortium

C-CET has been selected as a partner of the U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center (CERC) Clean Vehicles Consortium. A five-year U.S. DOE grant will enable C-CET to actively engage in the CERC-Clean Vehicles Consortium, thereby strengthening C-CET’s research interaction with China.

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