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Ours is the nation of the automobile. From the assembly line to the country’s network of highways, the car has defined transportation in the United States since the early days of the last century. But as gasoline becomes less available and more expensive, and related habits and needs change, a big 21st-century question asserts itself: What is the future of transportation in America? In this program, Jeff Chamberlain, leader of Argonne National Laboratory’s Energy Storage Initiative, and Don Hillebrand, director of Argonne’s Center for Transportation Research, discuss developing technologies that could define the future of personal transportation: green diesel technology, omnivorous engines, and the cost-effective, long-lasting batteries needed to make the electric car a reality.
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This program is presented in partnership with Argonne National Laboratory.