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D Committee Meetings and Presentations COMMITTEE MEETING, WASHINGTON, D.C., DECEMBER 5-6, 2011 U.S. DRIVE Overview Presentation Christy Cooper, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Director, U.S. DRIVE Partnership Partnership Target Setting Process Jake Ward, DOE Vehicle Technologies Program Analyst DOE Perspective on U.S. DRIVE and Overview of the Vehicle Technologies Program Patrick Davis, Vehicle Technologies Program Manager Vehicle Operations Group Perspective on U.S. DRIVE William Peirce, Vehicle Technologies Program Manager, General Motors Utility Operations Group Perspective on U.S. DRIVE Haukur Asgeirsson, Manager—Engineering, Distribution Operations, Power Systems Technology, DTE Energy Richard Cromie, Program Manager, Electric Transportation, Southern California Edison DOE Perspective on U.S. DRIVE and Overview of the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Program Sunita Satyapal, Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Program Manager 177

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178 APPENDIX D Fuels Operations Group Perspective on U.S. DRIVE Puneet Verma, Biofuels and Hydrogen Unit, Chevron Jack Jordan, Manager, Fuel Compliance and Trends, ConocoPhillips Coal to Liquids Sam Tam, Director, Division of Advanced Energy Systems, Office of Fossil Energy Natural Gas as Transportation Energy Source: Natural Gas as a Direct Transportation Fuel Kevin Stork, Fuels Technology Team Lead, DOE Vehicle   Technologies Program Natural Gas as a Feedstock for Hydrogen Fred Joseck, Technology Analyst, DOE Fuel Cell Technologies  Program Biomass and Biofuels Valerie Reed, Conversion Team Lead, Biomass Program, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Smart Grid and Renewable Electricity Patricia Hoffman, Assistant Secretary for Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability COMMITTEE MEETING, WASHINGTON, D.C., JANUARY 26-27, 2012 Electrochemical Energy Storage Technical Team Ronald Elder, Chrysler; David Howell, DOE Electrical and Electronics Technical Team John Czubay, General Motors; Susan Rogers, DOE Advanced Combustion and Emissions Control Technical Team Ken Howden, DOE; Richard Peterson, General Motors Materials Technical Team Carol Schutte, DOE; Matt Zaluzec, Ford Vehicle System and Analysis Technical Team Lee Slezak, DOE Grid Interaction Technical Team Keith Hardy, Argonne National Laboratory; Eric Lee, Chrysler

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APPENDIX D 179 Fuel Cell Technical Team Kathi Epping-Martin, DOE; Craig Gittleman, General Motors Hydrogen Storage Technical Team Scott Jorgensen, General Motors; Ned Stetson, DOE Hydrogen Production Technical Team Sara Dillich, DOE; Tecle Rufael, Chevron Hydrogen Delivery Technical Team James Simnick, BP; Scott Weil, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Fuel Pathway Integration Technical Team Fred Joseck, DOE; Matt Watkins, ExxonMobil Codes and Standards Technical Team Antonio Ruiz, DOE; Ian Sutherland, General Motors COMMITTEE MEETING, WASHINGTON, D.C., MARCH 12-13, 2012 Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Lifetime Limitations: The Role of Electrocatalyst Degradation Deborah Myers, Group Leader, Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Materials, Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division, Argonne National Laboratory Hydrogen Storage Engineering Center of Excellence Don Anton, Director, Hydrogen Storage Engineering Center of Excellence, Savannah River National Laboratory Hydrogen Transportation in Germany—Status and Plans Thorsten Herbert, Nationale Organisation Wasserstoff und Brennstoffzellentechnologie (by phone) Hydrogen Transportation in Japan—Status and Plans Robert Wimmer, National Manager, Energy and Environmental Research, Technical and Regulatory Affairs, Toyota North America, Inc. Hydrogen Storage and Electrochemical/Battery Storage John Vetrano, Program Manager, DOE Office of Science, Basic Energy Sciences ARPA-E Activities in Electrochemical/Battery Storage Dane Boysen, Program Director, Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E)

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180 APPENDIX D Summary of Committee Subgroup Discussion with General Motors Glenn Eisman, Committee Member Daimler Perspective on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells William Craven, General Manager, Regulatory Affairs, Daimler AG COMMITTEE MEETING, WASHINGTON, D.C., JUNE 4-5, 2012 Update on Battery Activity David Howell, Team Lead for Hybrid Electric Systems, DOE Vehicle Technologies Program Wireless Charging: Technology Status and Challenges David Anderson, Vehicle Systems, Simulation, and Testing, DOE Vehicle Technologies Program High Temperature Nuclear Reactors for Hydrogen Production Carl Sink, DOE Office of Nuclear Energy Summary of Site Visits to Lincoln Composites and Quantum Technologies R. Rhoads Stephenson and Kathleen C. Taylor, Committee Members Summary of Site Visits to GM-Torrance, AC Propulsion, and Southern California Edison Linos Jacovides, R. Rhoads Stephenson, and Kathryn Bullock, Committee Members Summary of Site Visit to GM-Fuel Cell Facility Glenn Eisman, Dennis Corrigan, and Robert Nowak, Committee Members Honda’s Perspective on Fuel Cell, Electric, and Natural Gas Vehicles Robert Bienenfeld, Sr., Manager, Environment and Energy Strategy, Honda Motor Co., Inc. COMMITTEE SUBGROUP MEETINGS Committee subgroups also made visits to General Motors, Honeoye Falls, New York; Lincoln Composites, Lincoln, Nebraska; Quantum Technologies, Irvine, California; USCAR Headquarters, Southfield, Michigan; General Motors Advanced Technology Center, Torrance, California; AC Propulsion, San Dimas, California; Southern California Edison, Westminster, California; and Structural Composites Industries (SCI), Pomona, California.