- A Comparison of Plug-in Electric Vehicle Markets Between China and the U.S. Based on Surveys
- China’s Electric Car Frustration
- Policy and Politics Behind Shanghai's Free Trade Zone Program
- The Elasticity of Demand for Gasoline in China
- Can Electric 2-Wheelers Play a Substantial Role in Reducing CO2 Emissions? The Report of Electric Bicycle Usage of Western U.S. Residents
The China Center for Energy and Transportation (C-CET) is the leading international center for the study of transportation energy activities in China, and the only center of its kind in North America.
Established by the UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS-Davis) in partnership with leading Chinese universities, C-CET leverages the breadth of knowledge across institutions to create a unique hub focused on China’s rapidly evolving transportation energy sector. C-CET brings together ITS-Davis’ network of leading international analysts and scholars and China’s leading scholars to provide fundamental understandings through original, independent analysis and joint U.S.-China research.
C-CET serves as a two-way learning and research center, where research insights, 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.
C-CET plays an integral role in managing the China-U.S. ZEV Policy Lab, an international collaboration on clean and zero emission vehicle (ZEV) development, and has been selected as a partner of the U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center (CERC) Clean Vehicles Consortium.