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Energy Research at DOE was it Worth it?: Energy Efficiency and Fossil Energy Research 1978 to 2000 B Presentations and Committee Activities 1. COMMITTEE MEETING, JUNE 21–23, 2000, WASHINGTON, D.C. Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Briefing Dan W.Reicher, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Department of Energy Building Technology, State and Community Programs Barbara Sisson, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Department of Energy Benefits of DOE R&D on Energy Efficiency and Fossil Energy, Overview Presentation on Fossil Energy Programs Robert S.Kripowicz, Office of Fossil Energy, Department of Energy Discussion of the Background for the Study Loretta Beaumont, House Appropriations Committee, U.S. Congress Oil and Gas Technology Programs: Benefits Methodologies Nancy Johnson, Oil and Gas Programs, Office of Fossil Energy, Department of Energy DOE Office of Fossil Energy: Benefits Methodologies Doug Carter, Coal Power Systems, Office of Fossil Energy, Department of Energy DOE FE’s Approach to Identifying and Measuring Costs and Benefits of R&D Rita A.Bajura, National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy R&D Impacts—An Historical Perspective Henry Kenchington, Office of Industrial Technologies, Department of Energy Coal and Power Systems: Late ’70s to Now George Rudins, Coal and Power Systems, Office of Fossil Energy, Department of Energy Oil and Gas Technology Programs: Historical Perspective Guido Dehoratiis Jr., Oil and Gas Programs, Office of Fossil Energy, Department of Energy 2. COMMITTEE MEETING, AUGUST 14–16, 2000, WASHINGTON, D.C. PNGV: An Overview Bob Culver, Ford Motor Company GTI R&D and GTI-DOE Interactions Kent Perry, Gas Research Institute The DOE R&D Investment in Coal Gasification Ron Wolk, Wolk Integrated Services DOE R&D (Office of Industrial Technologies) R.Ray Beebe, Homestake Mining Company (retired) R&D Programs with DOE, Industry Experiences and Valuations and Options for the Future Peter A.Carroll, Solar Technologies (retired) Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Briefings Abe Haspell, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Department of Energy Energy Resources R&D Portofolio Management William Fulkerson, Energy and Environmental Technologies, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (retired) Hybrid Gasification and Combustion Technologies Gopal D.Gupta, Vice President, Foster Wheeler Development Corporation DOE Fuel Cell Programs and IFC J.M.King, International Fuel Cells Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) Allan Cassanova, Siemens Westinghouse
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Energy Research at DOE was it Worth it?: Energy Efficiency and Fossil Energy Research 1978 to 2000 3. GENERAL ELECTRIC RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SITE VISIT, OCTOBER 20, 2000, SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK DOE R&D Programs-Study Team Visit Ronald Hodge, General Electric Center for Research and Development Lighting-DOE Involvement Summary Raymond Fillion, General Electric Center for Research and Development GE Corporate Research and Development Lonnie Edelheit, General Electric Center for Research and Development 4. COMMITTEE MEETING, OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 1, 2000, WASHINGTON, D.C. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute Working with DOE Mark Menzer, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute Lessons Learned from GAO’s Evaluations of Government R&D Dan Haas, Robin Nazarro, Natural Resources and Environment, General Accounting Office Improving the R&D Process to Deployment Michael Davis, Avista Labs 5. BABCOCK & WILCOX SITE VISIT, NOVEMBER 9, 2000, ALLIANCE, OHIO Babcock & Wilcox, a McDermott Company Byers Rogan, Babcock & Wilcox Contract Research at McDermott International Ray Posey, Babcock & Wilcox, Contract Research Division Fluidized Bed Combustion Don Wietzke, Babcock & Wilcox Environmental Issues Paul Nolan, Babcock & Wilcox Clean Energy for the World: Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Systems Bill Schweizer, Babcock & Wilcox 6. COMMITTEE MEETING, DECEMBER 13–15, 2000, WASHINGTON, D.C. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency R&D Programs Kathleen Hogan and Blair Martin, Environmental Protection Agency 7. CLOSED COMMITTEE MEETING, FEBRUARY 14–16, 2001, IRVINE, CALIFORNIA
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