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Attachment III Presentations and Discussions with Representatives of the Partnership at the Committee Meeting, April 27, 2009 Changes in Objectives in the Partnership Sunita Satyapal and Patrick Davis, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) • General priorities being set by the Secretary • Major initiatives that might influence Partnership Budget Outlook (FY09-10) Sunita Satyapal and Patrick Davis, EERE, DOE • Overall Level of Resources • How are Resource Allocations Changing? • How Does Stimulus Plan/Loan Program Affect Partnership? Overview and Progress & Outlook on Existing Program Efforts Sunita Satyapal and Patrick Davis, EERE, DOE • Progress and outlook for meeting future targets, especially with regard to critical technologies, and optimistic and pessimistic views and the need for (or lack of) changes in projected timescales • Where has the program made significant progress? • Where has progress not been adequate? • Do targets and milestones need to be changed? Automotive Industry Partners’ Views on Progress, Strategy, Future Outlook, and Structure of Program W illiam Peirce, General Motors Corporation; Reginald Modlin, Chrylser LLC; and John Sakioka, Ford Motor Company Fuel Industry Partners’ Views on Progress, Strategy, Future Outlook, and Structure of Program George Parks, ConocoPhillips; Puneet V erma, Chevron Technology V entures; and James Kegerreis, ExxonMobil Utility Industry Partners’ Views on Progress, Strategy, Future Outlook, and Structure of Program Robert Graham, Southern California Edison DOE’s Views on Progress, Strategy, Future Outlook, and Structure of Program Sunita Satyapal and Patrick Davis, EERE, DOE 18