WASHINGTON, D.C., FEBRUARY 25-26, 2008


Julie Abraham, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Update from NHTSA on Regulatory Activities and Other Analysis


WASHINGTON, D.C., MARCH 31-APRIL 1, 2008


David Haugen and Matt Brustar, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, Discussion of EPA’s Modeling of Fuel Economy

K.G. Duleep, Energy and Environmental Analysis, Inc., Assessment of Costs and Fuel Economy Benefits


WASHINGTON, D.C., JUNE 3-4, 2008


Michael Bull, Aluminum Association, Opportunities for Reducing Vehicle Mass

Bruce Moor, Delphi Electronics and Safety, Power Electronics Systems Solutions for HEV Architectures

Huang-Yee Iu, Hymotion, Hymotion Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle


WASHINGTON, D.C., SEPTEMBER 9-10, 2008


Susan Yester, Chrysler, Opportunities for Reducing Vehicle Mass

Joseph Kubish, Manufacturers of Emissions, Control Equipment Association, Aftertreatment Technologies and Strategies for Light Duty Vehicles with Emphasis on NOxand Particulates

Frank Fronczak, University of Wisconsin, Hydraulic Hybrid Vehicle

John Kargul, EPA Clean Automotive Technology Program, EPA’s Hydraulic Hybrid Program


WASHINGTON, D.C., MARCH 16-18, 2009


EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, Update from EPA on Analysis of RPE and Separate Ongoing Work on Estimates of Analysis of Direct Manufacturing Costs of Technologies



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