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.



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