Appendix D
Presentations at Public Committee Meetings

MEETING ONE, WASHINGTON, D.C.

SEPTEMBER 10-11, 2007


Julie Abraham, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Fuel Economy Technology Study


William Charmley, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality representative

Greenhouse Gases and Light-Duty Vehicles


Coralie Cooper, Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management

Technical Feasibility and Costs Associated with Reducing Passenger Car GHG Emissions


John German, USA Honda

Advanced Technologies, Diesels, and Hybrids


Dan Hancock, GM Powertrain

Assessing Powertrain Fuel Economy


John Heywood, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Challenges in Estimating Future Vehicle Fuel Consumption


Aymeric Rousseau, Argonne National Laboratory

Designing Advanced Vehicle Powertrains Using PSAT


Wolfgang Stütz, BMW of North America

Fuel Economy of BMW Diesel Vehicles


MEETING TWO, WASHINGTON, D.C.

SEPTEMBER 27, 2007


K. G. Duleep, Energy and Environmental Analysis, Inc.

Approaches to Modeling Vehicle Fuel Economy


Kevin Green, The Volpe Center

CAFE Compliance and Effects Modeling System


Marc Wiseman, Ricardo Inc.

Potential Approaches to Modeling Fuel Economy Technologies: Engine Simulation Modeling Capabilities and Cost Analysis Capabilities



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Appendix D Presentations at Public Committee Meetings MEETING ONE, WASHINGTON, D.C. SEPTEMBER 10-11, 2007 Julie Abraham, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Fuel Economy Technology Study William Charmley, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality representative Greenhouse Gases and Light-Duty Vehicles Coralie Cooper, Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management Technical Feasibility and Costs Associated with Reducing Passenger Car GHG Emissions John German, USA Honda Advanced Technologies, Diesels, and Hybrids Dan Hancock, GM Powertrain Assessing Powertrain Fuel Economy John Heywood, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Challenges in Estimating Future Vehicle Fuel Consumption Aymeric Rousseau, Argonne National Laboratory Designing Advanced Vehicle Powertrains Using PSAT Wolfgang Stütz, BMW of North America Fuel Economy of BMW Diesel Vehicles MEETING TWO, WASHINGTON, D.C. SEPTEMBER 27, 2007 K. G. Duleep, Energy and Environmental Analysis, Inc. Approaches to Modeling Vehicle Fuel Economy Kevin Green, The Volpe Center CAFE Compliance and Effects Modeling System Marc Wiseman, Ricardo Inc. Potential Approaches to Modeling Fuel Economy Technologies: Engine Simulation Modeling Capabilities and Cost Analysis Capabilities 27

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MEETING THREE, WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 25-26, 2007 Manahem Anderman, Advanced Automotive Batteries Lithium-Ion Batteries for Hybrid Electric Vehicles: Opportunities and Challenges Mark Daroux, Stratum Technologies, Inc. Lithium Ion Phosphate Batteries for Traction Application Tien Duong, U.S. Department of Energy Status of Electrical Energy Storage Technologies Michel Forissier, Valeo Fuel Economy Solutions Bart Riley, A123 Systems A123 Systems Battery Technologies MEETING FOUR, WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 27-28, 2007 Khalil Amine, Argonne National Laboratory Advanced High Power Chemistries for HEV Applications Paul Blumberg, Ethanol Boosting Systems, LLC Ethanol Turbo Boost for Gasoline Engines: Diesel and Hybrid Equivalent Efficiency at an Affordable Cost Frank Fodal, Chrysler LLC Fuel Economy/Fuels Robert Wimmer and Shunsuke Fushiki, Toyota Toyota Hybrid Program David Geanacopoulos, Volkswagen of America, Inc. Diesel Technology for VW Johannes Ruger, Bosch Increasing Fuel Economy: Contribution of Bosch to Reach Future Goals 28