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Appendix C Meetings and Presentations FIRST COMMITTEE MEETING OCTOBER 28-29, 2012 EV Everywhere: Overview and Status Patrick B. Davis, Program Manager, Vehicle Technologies Program, U.S. Department of Energy EV Everywhere Grand Challenge: Charging Infrastructure Enabling Flexible EV Design Lee Slezak, Technology Manager, Vehicle Systems, Vehicle Technologies Program, U.S. Department of Energy DOE AVTA: The EV Project and Other Light-Duty Electric Drive Vehicle Activities James Francfort, Principal Investigator, Advanced Vehicle Testing Activity, Idaho National Laboratory SECOND COMMITTEE MEETING DECEMBER 17-19, 2012 Charging Infrastructure Needs Marcus Alexander, Manager, Vehicle Systems Analysis, Electric Power Research Institute Presentation Britta K. Gross, Director, Advanced Vehicle Commercialization Policy, General Motors Overcoming Barriers to Deployment of Electric Vehicles Mike Tamor, Executive Technical Leader, Energy Systems and Sustainability, Ford Motor Company Overcoming Barriers to Electric Vehicle Deployment: Barriers to Deployment, an OEM Perspective Joseph Thompson, Nissan The Electrification Coalition: Revolutionizing Transportation and Achieving Energy Security Jonna Hamilton, Vice President for Policy, Electrification Coalition Electric Vehicle Charging Services Richard Lowenthal, Founder and CTO, ChargePoint The Complete Electric Vehicle Charging Solution Michael Krauthamer, Director, Mid-Atlantic Region, eVgo 64
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Presentation Jason Wolf, Vice President for North America, Better Place The DOE Vehicle Technologies Analysis Toolbox and EV Everywhere Target-Setting Jacob Ward, Vehicle Technologies Analysis Manager, U.S. Department of Energy The Need for Public Investments to Support the Plug-in Electric Vehicle Market Nick Nigro, Manager, Transportation Initiatives, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions Research Insights from the Nation’s Highest Residential Concentration of Electric Vehicles Brewster McCracken, President and CEO, Pecan Street, Inc. Electric Vehicle Initiatives in the Houston-Galveston Region Allison Carr, Air Quality Planner, Houston-Galveston Area Clean Cities Coalition The EV Project Deployment Barriers Donald Karner, ECOtality North America New Models of Mobility and EV Deployment Jack Hidary, Global EV Leader, Hertz Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Demonstration Projects: Lessons Learned Rick Durst, Transportation Electrification Project Manager, Portland General Electric THIRD COMMITTEE MEETING JANUARY 25-26, 2013 No open-session presentations were held during this meeting. 65