Siddiq Khan leads the heavy-duty vehicle program at ACEEE. He reviews fuel economy regulations for heavy-duty vehicles; analyzes technologies and policies to improve vehicle fuel economy; and reviews the potential impacts of electric-drive vehicles in the U.S. transportation mix. He joined ACEEE in 2009.
Siddiq has analyzed and modeled emissions and fuel consumption from heavy-duty vehicles and developed energy and transportation policies at the national and international levels. He served in the Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (EME) School of Bangladesh Army as an instructor and commanded an EME Workshop Company that provided repair and maintenance support to an infantry brigade. After retiring from the Bangladesh Army, he joined the World Bank-funded Air Quality Management Project in Bangladesh as a vehicle emissions consultant.
Siddiq earned a master of science and a PhD in mechanical engineering from West Virginia University. He also earned baccalaureate degrees in military science from Bangladesh Military Academy and in mechanical engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology.