Anthony is a researcher within the Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways (STEPS) program at the Institute of Transportation Studies at University of California at Davis focused on studying the innovation dynamics of a transition to non-petroleum fuels. Previously, Anthony was the Associate Research Director of the interdisciplinary Hydrogen Pathways research program focused on the technical, economic, environmental, business, and policy issues associated with bringing hydrogen to the transportation market. The program had 21 industry and government sponsors, generated over 200 papers, reports, and models, and was considered the top research program in the country on hydrogen for transportation. Before coming to ITS, Anthony was Ford’s Manager of the California Fuel Cell Partnership where he had responsibility for Ford’s FCV demonstration, vehicle/facility safety, education/outreach, and infrastructure and vehicle planning for Ford's 2004 Fuel Cell deployment program. Anthony has authored and presented papers at more than 50 national and international conferences, testified before congress, and is the recipient of several awards and recognition from the Department of Energy, Department of Transportation, National Science Foundation, and the National Academies of Science
A.R. Eggert, “Hearing on the Use of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology in the National Park Service”, Testimony Before the Sub-Committee on National Parks, Recreation and Public Lands, United States House of Representatives, May 15, 2004. ITS-Davis. May 2004. Publication No. UCD-ITS-RR-04-12.
A.R. Eggert, K. Kurani, T. Turrentine, J. Ogden, D. Sperling, E. Winston “Hydrogen and Fuel Cells – Refining the Message : Initiating a national dialogue and educational agenda”, Presented at National Hydrogen Association Annual Hydrogen Conference, Washington, DC, April, 2005, UCD-ITS-RP-05-21
A.R. Eggert, “Hearing Before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources United States Senate 108th Congress, First Session to Receive Testimony Regarding Energy Use in the Transportation Sector,” Washington DC, March 6, 2003.
A.R. Eggert, A. and D. Sperling, “Transportation and the Hydrogen Economy; Strategies and Pathways” 20th International Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exposition, Long Beach, CA, November 15-19, 2003.
A.R. Eggert, D. J. Friedman, S. Ramaswamy, K. Hauer, J. M. Cunningham, R. M. Moore, “Simulated Performance of an Indirect Methanol Fuel Cell System,” SAE 2001 World Conference, Detroit, MI, March 5-8, 2001, Paper Number 2001-01-0544.
A.R. Eggert, Badrinarayanan, P., Friedman, D. and Cunningham, J., “Water and Thermal Management of an Indirect Methanol Fuel Cell System for Automotive Applications”, Proc. of the 2000 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition - Heat Transfer Division, Ed. J.H. Kim, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, Vol. 1, pp 35-42, 2000.
A.R. Eggert, "Mechanical Dissection - Bridging the Gap Between the Theoretical and Physical World", 1996 Frontiers in Education, Salt Lake City, Proceedings Pages 1485-89. 1996
MS, Transportation Technology & Policy, University of California, Davis, September, 2001. DOE GATE Fellowship, NSF IGERT Gellowship, FCV Research Fellowship.
BS Mechanical Engineering – Academic Distinction, University of Wisconsin, Madison, May 1996. Deans List, Academic Distinction