Appendix E
Committee Meetings and Presentations

COMMITTEE MEETING, WASHINGTON, D.C., APRIL 27, 2009


See Appendix B, Committee’s Interim Letter Report, Attachment III, for list of presentations.


COMMITTEE MEETING, SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN

AUGUST 4-5, 2009


Introduction and Welcome

Vernon Roan, Committee Chair


Welcome

Don Walkowicz, Executive Director, U.S. Council for Automotive Research


Opening Remarks

Gerhard Schmidt, Ford


Automotive Perspective on the FreedomCAR and Fuel Program

John Sakioka, Ford


Fuel Perspective on the FreedomCAR and Fuel Program

Brad Smith, Shell


Utility Perspective on the FreedomCAR and Fuel Program

Knut Simonsen, DTE Energy



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Appendix E Committee Meetings and Presentations commiTTee meeTiNG, WashiNGToN, d.c., aPril 27, 2009 See Appendix B, Committee’s Interim Letter Report, Attachment III, for list of presentations. commiTTee meeTiNG, soUThField, michiGaN aUGUsT 4-5, 2009 Introduction and Welcome vernon Roan, Committee Chair Welcome Don Walkowicz, Executie Director, u.S. Council for Automotie Research Opening Remarks Gerhard Schmidt, Ford Automotive Perspective on the FreedomCAR and Fuel Program John Sakioka, Ford Fuel Perspective on the FreedomCAR and Fuel Program brad Smith, Shell Utility Perspective on the FreedomCAR and Fuel Program Knut Simonsen, DTE Energy 0

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0 APPENDiX E Overview of the FreedomCAR and Fuel Program Pat Dais and Sunita Satyapal, u.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Advanced Combustion and Emissions Control Pete Moilanen, Ford Ken howden, DOE Electrochemical Energy Storage Kent Snyder, Ford Dae howell, DOE Vehicle Systems Analysis Larry Laws, General Motors (GM) Steen boyd, DOE Electrical Systems and Electronics John Czubay, GM Susan Rogers, DOE Grid Interaction Technical Team Keith hardy and Russ Conklin, DOE Materials Jim Quinn, GM Joe Carpenter, DOE Fuel Cells Craig Gittleman, GM Kathi Epping Martin, DOE Onboard Hydrogen Storage Andrea Sudik, Ford Farshad baarian, Cheron Ned Stetson, DOE Codes and Standards Mike veenstra, Ford Antonio Ruiz, DOE Hydrogen Production Nikunj Gupta, Shell Roxanne Garland, DOE

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0 APPENDiX E Hydrogen Delivery Jim Kegerreis, ExxonMobil Monterey Gardiner, DOE Fuel Pathway Integration C.J. Guo, Shell Fred Joseck, DOE commiTTee meeTiNG, WashiNGToN, d.c. ocToBer 26, 2009 FY 2010 Budget Sunita Satyapal, DOE Status and Outlook for Biofuels and Hydrogen from Biomass Neil Rossmeissl, DOE Status and Outlook for Hydrogen from Coal Mark Ackiewicz, DOE Status and Outlook for Carbon Capture and Storage Lowell Miller, DOE Hydrogen Storage Centers of Excellence Ned Stetson, DOE DOE’S Use of System Analysis Fred Joseck, Lee Slezak, Pat Dais, and Sunita Satyapal, DOE Status of 3M’s Fuel Cell Efforts M. Debe, M Company DTI Fuel Cell Cost Analysis b. James, DTi Resource (Platinum and Natural Gas) Availability Fred Joseck, DOE Q&A: Batteries—PHEC and BEV Applications Patrick Dais, DOE J. Miller, Argonne National Laboratory

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0 APPENDiX E commiTTee meeTiNG, WashiNGToN, d.c. decemBer 10, 2009 Evaluation of the Potential Environmental Impacts from Large-Scale Use and Production of Hydrogen in Energy and Transportation Applications Don Wuebbles, uniersity of illinois at urbana-Champaign Potential Environmental Impacts of Hydrogen-Based Transportation and Power Systems Tom Grieb, Tetra Tech, inc. Overview of U.S. Department of Transportation Hydrogen Activities M.J. Fiocco, Research and innoatie Technology Administration, u.S. Depart- ment of Transportation PHEV Update—U.S. Department of Energy Activities Daid howell, vehicle Technologies Program, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, DOE The MA3T Model: Market Acceptance of Advanced Automotive Technologies Daid Greene, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Zhenhong Lin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory commiTTee sUBGroUP meeTiNG aT GeNeral moTors hoNeoYe Falls, NeW YorK, sePTemBer 10, 2009 Discussions of General Motors’ efforts on fuel cell vehicles.