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C Meetings and Presentations FIRST COMMITTEE MEETING EPA’s Light-Duty Vehicle GHG Technical Activities OCTOBER 21-22, 2010, WASHINGTON, D.C.  Charmley, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Bill Overview of DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Program: Potential for Light Duty Vehicle Technologies NAS Study THIRD COMMITTEE MEETING  Patrick Davis, U.S. Department of Energy FEBRUARY 1-2, 2011, WASHINGTON D.C. BP Energy Outlook 2030 Vehicle Technologies Program (VTP): Analysis Briefing  Finley, BP Mark for NAS  Phillip Patterson and Jacob Ward, U. S. Department of Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from U.S. Energy Transportation  David Greene, Howard H. Baker Center for Public FY2011 VTP Energy Storage R&D Policy and Steve Plotkin, Argonne National Laboratory David Howell, U.S. Department of Energy Critical Materials Strategy Analysis Methods from Recent Studies  Diana Bauer, United States Department of Energy Robert Fri, U.S. Department of Energy Toward a New National Energy Policy: Assessing the Transportation Energy Futures Options  Austin Brown, National Renewable Energy Laboratory  Krupnick and Virginia McConnell, Resources for Alan the Future SECOND COMMITTEE MEETING DECEMBER 14-15, 2010, WASHINGTON, D.C. FOURTH COMMITTEE MEETING Liquid Transportation Fuels from Coal and Biomass: MARCH 21-22, 2011, WASHINGTON, D.C. Technological Status, Costs, and Environmental Impacts ARPA-E’s BEEST Program: Ultra-High Energy, Low Cost  Ramage, Consultant Mike Energy Storage for Ubiquitous Electric Vehicles David Danielson, ARPA-E Alternative Transportation Technologies: Hydrogen, Biofuels, Advanced ICEs, HEVs and PHEVs Carbon Capture and Storage RD&D  Ramage, Consultant Mike  Braitsch, U.S. Department of Energy Jay Perspectives on Energy Security and Transportation: The Future Transportation Fuels Study, National Petroleum Intersection of National Security and Economic Challenges Council  Robbie Diamond, Electrification Coalition  Capuano, Marathon Oil Company Linda Biofuels: Technology Status and Challenges Overview of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells  Aden, National Renewable Energy Laboratory Andy Sunita Satyapal and Fred Joseck, U.S. Department of Energy 169

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170 TRANSITIONS TO ALTERNATIVE VEHICLES AND FUELS The Mercedes-Benz Hydrogen Roadmap Alternative Fuel Strategy . . . As Seen by a Policy Wonk, Sascha Simon, Mercedes Benz Regulator, and Academic  Sperling, University of California, Davis Dan FIFTH COMMITTEE MEETING Plug-in Electric Vehicles and their Impact to the Grid MAY 12-13, 2011, DETROIT, MICHIGAN  Takemasa, Pacific Gas and Electric Company Reiko No open sessions were held during this meeting. ADDITIONAL COMMITTEE MEETINGS SIXTH COMMITTEE MEETING The committee met in closed session for deliberations JUNE 27-29, 2011, IRVINE, CALIFORNIA and report writing and review on the following dates: Potential for Light-Duty Fuel Cell EVs, 2010-2050 August 10-11, 2011; September 12, 2011; October 5-7,  Knight, Honda Ben 2011; December 14-15, 2011; January 25-26, 2012; March 29-30, 2012; and May 15-16, 2012.