Appendix B

Presentations and Committee Meetings

SEPTEMBER 8-9, 2010, WASHINGTON, D.C.

Overview of 21st Century Truck Partnership

Patrick Davis, DOE Office of Vehicle Technologies

Overview of DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Program R&D Patrick Davis, DOE Office of Vehicle Technologies

Overview of U.S. Army (National Automotive Center [NAC]/Tank Automotive Research and Development

Engineering Center [TARDEC]) Activities Paul Skalny, U.S. Army

Overview of EPA SmartWay Transport and Clean Automotive Technology Activities
Cheryl Bynum and John Kargul, U.S. EPA

Overview of DOT Truck Safety and Productivity Activities Rolf Schmitt, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
Luke Loy, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)

Bob Kreeb, National Highway Traffic Safety

Administration (NHTSA)

Review of Previous NAS Review Recommendations, with Responses

Ken Howden, DOE Office of Vehicle Technologies

Heavy Duty Vehicle Industry Perspective

Susan Alt, VP, Customer and Industry Relations, Volvo Trucks N. America

SuperTruck Project Team Presentations

Donald Stanton, Cummins

Anthony (Tony) J. Cook, Navistar, Inc.

Derek Rotz, Kevin Sisken, and David Kayes, Daimler

NOVEMBER 15-16, 2010, WASHINGTON, D.C.

Engines Area

Gurpreet Singh and James Eberhardt, DOE

Fuels Area
Kevin Stork, DOE

Safety

Bob Kreeb, NHTSA; Luke Loy, FMCSA; and John Nicholas, FHWA

Idle Reduction

Glenn Keller, Argonne National Laboratory (ANL)

Department of Defense Related Activities: Overview of U.S. Army Medium/Heavy Vehicle Efforts
Bill Haris, U.S. Army

Power Demands

Mark Smith, PNNL; Carol Schutte, DOE; Dean Paxton, PNNL; David Warren, ORNL; Jerry Gibbs, DOE; and Kambiz Salari, LLNL

Heavy Duty Hybrids Area

Kevin Walkowicz, NREL, and Bill Batten, Eaton Corporation

Previous NAS Findings and Recommendations (2008) and 21CTP Responses Discussion

Ken Howden, DOE

Summary of Committee Site Visit to EPA Ann Arbor Laboratory

Wally Wade, Committee Member



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Appendix B Presentations and Committee Meetings SEPTEMBER 8-9, 2010, WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 15-16, 2010, WASHINGTON, D.C. Overview of 21st Century Truck Partnership Engines Area Patrick Davis, DOE Office of Vehicle Technologies Gurpreet Singh and James Eberhardt, DOE Overview of DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Program R&D Fuels Area Patrick Davis, DOE Office of Vehicle Technologies Kevin Stork, DOE Overview of U.S. Army (National Automotive Center Safety [NAC]/Tank Automotive Research and Development Bob Kreeb, NHTSA; Luke Loy, FMCSA; and John Engineering Center [TARDEC]) Activities Nicholas, FHWA Paul Skalny, U.S. Army Idle Reduction Overview of EPA SmartWay Transport and Clean Glenn Keller, Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) Automotive Technology Activities Department of Defense Related Activities: Overview of Cheryl Bynum and John Kargul, U.S. EPA U.S. Army Medium/Heavy Vehicle Efforts Overview of DOT Truck Safety and Productivity Activities Bill Haris, U.S. Army Rolf Schmitt, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Power Demands Luke Loy, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Mark Smith, PNNL; Carol Schutte, DOE; Dean Paxton, Bob Kreeb, National Highway Traffic Safety PNNL; David Warren, ORNL; Jerry Gibbs, DOE; and Administration (NHTSA) Kambiz Salari, LLNL Review of Previous NAS Review Recommendations, with Heavy Duty Hybrids Area Responses Kevin Walkowicz, NREL, and Bill Batten, Eaton Corporation Ken Howden, DOE Office of Vehicle Technologies Previous NAS Findings and Recommendations (2008) Heavy Duty Vehicle Industry Perspective and 21CTP Responses Discussion Susan Alt, VP, Customer and Industry Relations, Volvo Ken Howden, DOE Trucks N. America Summary of Committee Site Visit to EPA Ann Arbor SuperTruck Project Team Presentations Laboratory Donald Stanton, Cummins Wally Wade, Committee Member Anthony (Tony) J. Cook, Navistar, Inc. Derek Rotz, Kevin Sisken, and David Kayes, Daimler 143

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144 REVIEW OF THE 21ST CENTURY TRUCK PARTNERSHIP, SECOND REPORT Greenhouse Gas Emissions/Fuel Economy Update Cutting Edge Developments for Heavy-Duty Aftertreatment Technologies and Research Needs Byron Bunker, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Jim Tamm, National Highway Traffic Safety Tim Johnson, Corning Administration (NHTSA) Current Status of Electric Medium-Duty Truck Technology Jan Friesner, Navista, and Scott Carson, Smith Electric JANUARY 31, 2011, WASHINGTON, D.C. DOE EERE Biomass Program—Outlook and Costs for Questions and Answers on Program Activities with 21CTP Biofuels Ken Howden, DOE Zia Haq, DOE Biomass Program ADDITIONAL INFORMATION GATHERING MEETINGS Status and Prospects for Energy Storage Technologies for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Hybrids Subgroups of the committee also made site visits to the Environmental Protection Agency, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Jim Miller, Argonne National Laboratory October 26, 2010; the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, DOE Aftertreatment Activities, and Combustion Development and Engineering Center, Warren, Michigan, Memorandum of Understanding January 10, 2011; and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, February 17, 2011. Ron Graves, ORNL; Dennis Siebers, SNL; George Muntean (by phone), PNNL P roprietary-information-gathering site visits were also Summary of Visit to TARDEC made to Cummins Technical Center, Columbus, Indiana, November 8, 2010; Navistar, Inc., Truck Development and Dave Merrion and Wally Wade, Committee Members Technology Center, Fort Wayne, Indiana, January 13, 2011; Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Technology Status and Eaton Corporation’s Eaton Innovation Center, January 14, 2011. Dan Hennessy, Delphi Corporation