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Appendix A Agenda Building the U.S. Battery Industry for Electric Drive Vehicles: Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities A Symposium Organized by The U.S. National Academy of Sciences in cooperation with The Michigan Economic Development Corporation Agenda 26-27 July 2010 Schoolcraft College VisTaTech Center 18600 Haggerty Road Livonia, Michigan Day 1: Monday, 26 July 2010 9:00AM Welcome Greg Main, Michigan Economic Development Corporation Opening Remarks The Honorable Carl Levin, U.S. Senate (D-Michigan) Sridhar Kota, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy The Honorable Jennifer Granholm, State of Michigan ( via video) 9:40AM Overview of NAS Study: Building the Battery Industry for Electric Vehicles Mary Good, University of Arkansas at Little Rock 177
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178 U.S. BATTERY INDUSTRY FOR ELECTRIC DRIVE VEHICLES 9:50AM Panel I: The Federal Outlook for the U.S. Battery Industry Moderator: Charles Wessner, The National Academies The Department of Energy Perspective Patrick Davis, U.S. Department of Energy The Army Perspectives John Pellegrino, U.S. Army Research Laboratory Grace Bochenek, U.S. Army Tank and Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center 10:45AM Coffee Break 11:00AM Panel II: The State of Battery R&D and Manufacturing in the U.S. Moderator: Ralph Brodd, Kentucky-Argonne National Battery Manufacturing R&D Center The Battery Industry Perspective Jason Forcier, A123 Mohamed Alamgir, Compact Power The Automotive Industry Perspective Nancy Gioia, Ford The University Perspective Ann Marie Sastry, University of Michigan and Sakti3 12:30PM Luncheon Address The Honorable Debbie Stabenow, U.S. Senate (D-Michigan) 1:30PM Panel III: Strengthening the Supply Chain Moderator: Jim Greenberger, National Alliance for Advanced Technology Batteries Defining the Supply Chain: Gaps and Opportunities Michael Reed, Magna Battery Manufacturer Perspective Tom Watson, Johnson Controls Battery Materials Availability and Recycling Linda Gaines, Argonne National Lab 2:30PM Coffee Break
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APPENDIX A 179 2:45PM Panel IV: Market Drivers: Creating Demand for Electric Vehicles Moderator: Robert Kruse, EV Consulting Incentives for the Electric Vehicle Market Daniel Sperling, University of California, Davis The Industry Perspective: Transforming the Automotive Industry Gary Smyth, General Motors Early Adoption of Hybrid Vehicles Bill Van Amburg, CALSTART 4:00PM Panel V: Building the Battery Workforce Moderator: Bill Harris, Science Foundation Arizona Workforce Needs and Opportunities Robert Kamischke, EnerDel Technical Training and Workforce Development Simon Ng, Wayne State University Day 2 Tuesday, 27 July 2010 9:00AM Welcome and Introduction Andy Levin, Michigan Department of Energy, Labor, and Economic Growth Mary Good, University of Arkansas at Little Rock 9:15AM Panel VI, A: Federal and State Programs to Support the Battery Industry Moderator: Charles Wessner, The National Academies The Department of Energy Battery R&D Program and Goals David Howell, U.S. Department of Energy Department of Defense Battery R&D Programs and Goals Sonya Zanardelli, U.S. Army Tank and Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center
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180 U.S. BATTERY INDUSTRY FOR ELECTRIC DRIVE VEHICLES The Kentucky-Argonne National Battery Manufacturing R&D Center Ralph Brodd, Kentucky-Argonne National Battery Manufacturing R&D Center 10:30AM Coffee Break 10:45AM Panel VI, B: Federal and State Programs to Support the Battery Industry Moderator: Sujai Shivakumar, The National Academies The Department of Commerce and the Role of the Manufacturing Extension Partnership David Stieren, Manufacturing Extension Partnership Michigan Investments in Batteries and Electric Vehicles Eric Shreffler, MEDC 11:30AM Roundtable: What Have We Learned and Next Steps Moderator: Mary Good, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bill Harris, Science Foundation Arizona Les Alexander, A123 Gary Krause, Michigan Economic Development Corporation