Kevin Walkowicz

Senior Director Truck Initiative

kwalkowicz@calstart.org

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He hopes his efforts will ultimately help to increase the use of clean and advanced technology for medium and heavy-duty vehicles + infrastructure.  A primary focus of his has been on understanding vehicle operations, assessing electric vehicle efficiency and characterizing fueling and recharging operations through duty cycle analysis.

Prior to joining NREL he worked at General Motors Corporation working with the vehicle development teams to lead emission control development projects.  He holds a B.S.M.E from Lawrence Technological University and a M.S. in engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.