Electric Transportation Engineering Corporation (ETEC) conducted a demonstration project at the Sacramento International Airport with support from the Air Resources Board's (ARB) Innovative Clean Air Technologies (ICAT) grant program. The project demonstrated fast-charged electric ground-support equipment (GSE) at the Southwest Airlines terminal. Thirteen diesel-powered baggage tractors and airplane pushers were retrofit with electric motors that were served by ETEC's fast-charge recharging system. The project fully integrated the electric GSE with Southwest's operations. The project demonstrated that fast-charged electric GSE provides efficient, practical service to the airline while eliminating diesel emissions without requiring a major upgrade of electrical infrastructure at the terminal. Garrett P. Beauregard has seven years of experience in the electric vehicle industry, including five years as a development engineer for General Motors' ground-breaking EV1 and S-10 electric vehicles.
For the past two years, Mr. Beauregard has been the Director of Engineering for the Electric Transportation Engineering Corporation overseeing a wide variety of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure projects.
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