Appendix D
Presentations and Committee Meetings

1. COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C., DECEMBER 2–3, 2002

DOE Expectations from the Study

David Garman, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), DOE

DOE Hydrogen Program Overview

Steve Chalk, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE

Hydrogen from Natural Gas

Pete Devlin, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE

Hydrogen from Coal

Lowell Miller, Office of Fossil Energy, DOE

Hydrogen from Biomass

Roxanne Danz, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE

Hydrogen from Other Renewable Resources

Cathy Grégoire-Padró, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

Hydrogen from Nuclear

Dave Henderson, Office of Nuclear Energy, Science and Technology, DOE

Hydrogen Storage

JoAnn Milliken, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE

DOE Wrap-up

Steve Chalk, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE

2. COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C., JANUARY 22–24, 2003

Electrolytic Hydrogen Technology and Economics

Chip Schroeder, Proton Energy Systems

Production of Hydrogen Using Nuclear Energy

Charles Forsberg, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)

Carbon Management in a Greenhouse-Constrained World

Robert Socolow, Princeton University

Introduction to Gasification

Neal Richter, Chevron-Texaco

Hydrogen from Biomass: Prospective Resources, Technologies, and Economics

Margaret Mann and Ralph Overend, NREL

Hydrogen Production and Infrastructure Economics: The Biggest Challenge for Fuel Cell Vehicle Commercialization

Dale Simbeck and Elaine Chang, SFA Pacific

Economics of Hydrogen Production and Use

Joan Ogden, Princeton University

3. COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C., APRIL 23–25, 2003

Sequestration

Lynn Orr, Jr., Stanford University

Sequestration

Gardiner Hill, BP

SOFCs, Direct Firing, Wind

Jon Ebacher, GE Power Systems



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The Hydrogen Economy: Opportunities, Costs, Barriers, and R&D Needs Appendix D Presentations and Committee Meetings 1. COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C., DECEMBER 2–3, 2002 DOE Expectations from the Study David Garman, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), DOE DOE Hydrogen Program Overview Steve Chalk, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE Hydrogen from Natural Gas Pete Devlin, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE Hydrogen from Coal Lowell Miller, Office of Fossil Energy, DOE Hydrogen from Biomass Roxanne Danz, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE Hydrogen from Other Renewable Resources Cathy Grégoire-Padró, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Hydrogen from Nuclear Dave Henderson, Office of Nuclear Energy, Science and Technology, DOE Hydrogen Storage JoAnn Milliken, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE DOE Wrap-up Steve Chalk, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE 2. COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C., JANUARY 22–24, 2003 Electrolytic Hydrogen Technology and Economics Chip Schroeder, Proton Energy Systems Production of Hydrogen Using Nuclear Energy Charles Forsberg, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Carbon Management in a Greenhouse-Constrained World Robert Socolow, Princeton University Introduction to Gasification Neal Richter, Chevron-Texaco Hydrogen from Biomass: Prospective Resources, Technologies, and Economics Margaret Mann and Ralph Overend, NREL Hydrogen Production and Infrastructure Economics: The Biggest Challenge for Fuel Cell Vehicle Commercialization Dale Simbeck and Elaine Chang, SFA Pacific Economics of Hydrogen Production and Use Joan Ogden, Princeton University 3. COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C., APRIL 23–25, 2003 Sequestration Lynn Orr, Jr., Stanford University Sequestration Gardiner Hill, BP SOFCs, Direct Firing, Wind Jon Ebacher, GE Power Systems

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The Hydrogen Economy: Opportunities, Costs, Barriers, and R&D Needs On-Board Hydrogen Storage Scott Jorgensen, General Motors Fuel Cell Commercialization John Cassidy, UTC, Inc. Renewable Energy David Pimentel, Cornell University Hydrogen from Coal David Gray and Glen Tomlinson, Mitretek Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Joseph Strakey, DOE/National Energy Technology Laboratory Hydrogen Production from Solar Energy Nathan Lewis, California Institute of Technology Methane Conversion Alex Bell, University of California, Berkeley Methane Conversion Jens Rostrup-Nielsen, Haldor Topsoe 4. COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C., JUNE 10–12, 2003 Hydrogen, Fuel Cell Vehicles and the Transportation Sector David Friedman, Union of Concerned Scientists Hydro-Chem Dennis Norton, Hydro-Chem Small Hydrogen Plants for the Hydrogen Economy Marvin A. Crews, Howe Baker DOE’s Hydrogen RD&D Plan Steve Chalk, Pete Devlin, David Henderson, Mark Paster, JoAnn Milliken, Pat Davis, Sig Gronich, Christy Cooper, and Neil Rossmeissl, DOE Hydrogen: Opportunities and Challenges Dan Reicher, Northern Power Systems and New Energy Capital DOE’s Hydrogen Feedstock Strategy Mark Pastor, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE Fuel Cell Vehicles and the Hydrogen Economy Larry Burns, General Motors Issues Confronting Future Hydrogen Production and Use for Transportation Bill Innes, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering 5. COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C., AUGUST 13–15, 2003 Closed Session