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Presentations to the Panel

FIRST MEETING: SEPTEMBER 18-19, 2007 WASHINGTON, D.C.

Overview of U.S. Renewable Energy, Steve Chalk, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Renewable Energy, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)

Solar Energy—Photovoltaics and Solar-Thermal Technologies, Craig Cornelius, Acting Program Manager Solar Energy Technologies, DOE

Wind Energy, Steve Lindenberg, Acting Program Manager Wind and Hydropower Technologies, DOE

Hydropower and Ocean Energy (Wave and Tidal), Steve Lindenberg, Acting Program Manager Wind and Hydropower Technologies, DOE

Geothermal Energy, J. Michael Canty, Drilling Technology Manager, Geothermal Technologies, DOE

Biomass for Electricity, Jacques Beaudry-Losique, Program Manager Biomass, DOE

Renewable Hydrogen’s Potential for Electricity Generation, JoAnn Milliken, Program Manager Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE

Renewable Energy Interconnection and Storage, Technical Aspects, Ben Kroposki, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Grid Integration—The DOE Perspective, Pat Hoffman, Acting Chief Operating Officer, Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, DOE

Perspectives from the House Science and Technology Committee, Christopher King and Adam Rosenberg, Staff, U.S. House of Representatives, House Science and Technology Committee



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C Presentations to the Panel FIRST MEETING: SEPTEMBER 18-19, 2007 WASHINGTON, D.C. Overview of U.S. Renewable Energy, Steve Chalk, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Renewable Energy, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Solar Energy—Photovoltaics and Solar-Thermal Technologies, Craig Cornelius, Acting Program Manager Solar Energy Technologies, DOE Wind Energy, Steve Lindenberg, Acting Program Manager Wind and Hydropower Technologies, DOE Hydropower and Ocean Energy (Wave and Tidal), Steve Lindenberg, Acting Program Manager Wind and Hydropower Technologies, DOE Geothermal Energy, J. Michael Canty, Drilling Technology Manager, Geothermal Technologies, DOE Biomass for Electricity, Jacques Beaudry-Losique, Program Manager Biomass, DOE Renewable Hydrogen’s Potential for Electricity Generation, JoAnn Milliken, Program Manager Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE Renewable Energy Interconnection and Storage, Technical Aspects, Ben Kroposki, National Renewable Energy Laboratory Grid Integration—The DOE Perspective, Pat Hoffman, Acting Chief Operating Officer, Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, DOE Perspectives from the House Science and Technology Committee, Christopher King and Adam Rosenberg, Staff, U.S. House of Representatives, House Science and Technology Committee 

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Electricity from Renewable Resources  SECOND MEETING: DECEMBER 6, 2007 WASHINGTON, D.C. Electricity from Renewables: An NREL Perspective, Dan Arvizu, National Renewables Energy Laboratory Texas Alphabet Soup: SB7, SB20, RPS, CREZ & Other Fun Acronyms, Mike Grable, Electric Reliability Council of Texas Renewable Energy: Progress and Grid Impact, Pedro Pizarro, Southern California Edison California and Renewable Energy, Martha Krebs, California Energy Commission The Future of Geothermal Energy, Jeff Tester, Massachusetts Institute of Technology The Process of Developing Wind Power Generators, Pete Bierden, General Electric Renewable Energy Projections and Modeling for the AEO 2007, Christopher Namovicz, Energy Information Agency Integration of Wind Resources into the Grid, J. Charles Smith, The Utility Wind Integration Group Long-Term Scenarios of Renewable Electricity Generation, Steve Smith, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and University of Maryland THIRD MEETING: JANUARY 16, 2008 WASHINGTON, D.C. Hydropower at FERC, Ann Miles, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Energy Storage for a Greener Grid, Imre Gyuk, DOE New Program Directions at DOE, Steve Chalk, DOE FOURTH MEETING: MARCH 11, 2008 WASHINGTON, D.C. Electric Energy Storage Briefing, Dan Rastler, Electric Power Research Institute The Development, Deployment, and Policy Context of Renewable Electricity Sources: A Focus on Wind, Ryan Wiser, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Carbon Lock-In: Barriers to the Deployment of Renewable Energy, Marilyn Brown, Georgia Institute of Technology