Please join West Virginia University's Center for Alternative Fuels, Engines and Emissions as well as industry, academic and regulatory leaders for a day of engagement focused on emerging emissions technologies. The summit begins with an evening program and reception hosted by West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee.
CAFEE is a global leader in the research and development of the concepts and technologies necessary to improve transportation and power systems while working toward a cleaner environment.
The center’s engineers collaborate with industry, regulators, academia and international research organizations to address technology barriers through discovery and innovation.
CAFEE's staff works extensively on emissions reduction research — particularly engine technologies, post-combustion technologies, after-treatment evaluation, and fuel technologies using state-of-the-art tools for next-generation engine and support-equipment development with a new optical-access engine coming online in 2016. The center also provides testing and evaluation services to enhance business operations and data security to support industry needs.
With more than 20 years of testing experience, CAFEE engineers have measured emissions from the full range of engines – fractional-horsepower hand-held equipment to high-horsepower locomotive engines and all points in between. Past programs have covered the full range of emissions characterization – heavy-duty on-highway, non-road applications, spark-ignited engines, locomotive, marine and alternative-fuel engines.
CAFEE performs conformance evaluations with applicable EPA, CARB, EURO and other requirements, delivering accurate emissions results from nearly any combustion source.
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