5-1   Fuel Cell Technologies Program Funding Distribution, FY 2009 Through FY 2012

5-2   FY 2009 Through FY 2012 DOE VTP Budget Distribution and Estimated Funding for Projects Related to U.S. DRIVE (or FreedomCAR) and 21st Century Truck Partnership (21CTP) Goals

5-3   Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Budget Summary, FY 2011 Through FY 2013 (Request)

FIGURES

1-1   A technology vision of how vehicles and fuels may evolve over time, leading to reduced petroleum consumption and emissions

1-2   Organizational structure of the U.S. DRIVE Partnership

2-1   Department of Energy estimation of well-to-wheels greenhouse gas emissions for a projected state of technologies in 2035-2045 for a future midsize car

3-1   Predicted comparative total greenhouse gas emissions for current spark ignition engines (SIEs) and potential 2035 propulsion systems

3-2   Department of Energy advanced combustion engine research and development (R&D) funding—FY 2010 to FY 2012

3-3   Spider chart of fuel cell performance results versus targets for various years

3-4   Cost estimate on a dollars per kilowatt ($/kW) basis for the fuel cell system, not including onboard hydrogen storage

3-5   Historical and current Department of Energy budgets for hydrogen and fuel cell research and development (R&D), FY 2003 through FY 2012

4-1   Cost-reduction progress between 2007 and 2011 in membrane electrolysis stacks

5-1   Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy planned program funding, by organization, FY 2012 (estimated)

C-1   Organizational chart for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

BOX

4-1   The Plug-in Vehicle and the U.S. Electric Supply System



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