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C Committee Activities Committee Meeting, March 20-21, 2013; Washington, D.C. NRC Assessment of Technologies for Reducing the Fuel Consumption of Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicles: Briefing for the NRC Committee James Tamm, Chief, Fuel Economy Division, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Medium & Heavy Duty Fuel Efficiency and GHG Emission Standards: Phase 1 Overview and a Look Ahead to Phase 2 Matthew Spears, Center Director, Heavy-duty Diesel Standards, U.S. EPA 21st Century Truck Partnership and SuperTruck Initiative Ken Howden, Director, 21st Century Truck Partnership, DOE Office of Vehicle Technology Reflections on GHG Phase I and Considerations for GHG Phase II John Wall, Vice President - Chief Technical Officer, Cummins Navistar Fuel Economy and Emissions Greg Fadler, Director of Performance Integration, Navistar Lessons Learned from FE/GHG Phase 1 Regulations and Ways to Incorporate the Most Likely Future Technologies into FE/GHG Phase 2 Regulations David Kayes, Executive Engineer, Compliance and Regulatory Affairs Department, Daimler Trucks North America Overview of ICCT heavy-duty vehicle research activities Nicholas Lutsey, Program Director, International Council on Clean Transportation Roadmap Findings and Technology Availability: Implications for GHG/Fuel Economy Regulations Bill van Amburg, Senior Vice President, CALSTART NAS Phase II Study of Medium-Duty and Heavy-Duty Truck Fuel Consumption Timothy Blubaugh, Executive Vice President, Truck & Engine Manufacturers Association (EMA) Strategic Outlook of North American Medium and Heavy Commercial Truck Powertrain Market Sandeep Kar, Global Director--Commercial Vehicle Research, Frost & Sullivan PREPUBLICATION COPY—SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION C-1

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C-2 COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES Committee Meeting, May 9, 2013, Washington, D.C. Closed sessions only Committee Meeting, June 20-21, 2013; Washington, D.C. SwRI work in support of NHTSA and its relevance to NAS study Thomas Reinhart, Southwest Research Institute Heavy Duty Greenhouse Gas from a Full-Line Manufacturer’s Perspective Ken McAlinden, Advanced Heavy-Duty Regulations Supervisor, Ford Motor Co. An Integrated, Heavy-Duty Vehicle Approach to GHG Regulation Sam McLaughlin, External Research Manager, North American Region – Volvo Group Truck Technology Fleet Operations and Fuel Consumption Mike Roeth and Paul Menig Question and Answer Session Matthew Spears, Angela Cullen, Houshun Zhang, Byoungho Lee, and Prashanth Gururaja; EPA/OTAQ OEM experience with GHG Phase 1 and recommendations for Phase 2 Michael Christianson, Daimler Trucks North America Use of Vehicle Modeling in Engine Development at Cummins Dr. Wayne Eckerle, Vice President - Research and Technology Integration, Cummins Inc Gary Salemme, Director - Advanced Engineering Systems Integration, Cummins Inc. Engine models and maps being used in truck simulation Nigel Clark, UWVa Committee Meeting, 3: July 31 to August 1, 2013; Sacramento, California CalHEAT Technology Roadmap Fred Silver and Tom Brotherton, CalSTART California Efforts to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Heavy-Duty Vehicles Dan Sperling, Member, California Air Resources Board; Professor of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science and Policy, UC Davis Natural Gas-Fueled Engines Tim Frazier, Director of Engineering, Cummins-Westport National Academy of Science panel on Heavy Duty GHG/CAFE Discussion: General Motors Comments Mark Allen, Director of Global Energy, Mass, and Aerodynamics, GM; Barbara Kiss, Manager, Vehicle Efficiency & Energy Policy, GM Natural Gas Station Infrastructure Spencer Richley, Policy and Regulatory Associate, Clean Energy Transforming Transportation: the Air Quality Need for Zero Emission Technologies Matt Miyasato, Deputy Director, South Coast Air Quality Management District PREPUBLICATION COPY—SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION

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COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES C-3 Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program Janea Scott, Commissioner, California Energy Commission Legislation in California: Past and Present Henry Stern, Principal Consultant, Senator Fran Pavley, Energy & Environmental Policy Transmission perspectives for the Phase 2 GHG rule Mihai Dorobontu, Director, Technology Planning and Government Affairs, Eaton Vehicle Group Committee September 25, 2013, Washington, D.C. Closed sessions only Committee Meeting, November 21, 2013; Irvine, California Test Methods for Truck Tire Rolling Resistance & Reducing Fuel Consumption of M-D and H-D Vehicles Stan Lew, Industry Standards & Government Regulations, Michelin North America, Inc. Demonstrated Efficiency of the achatesPOWER OP2S Engine David M. Johnson, President and CEO, achatesPOWER Transmission Technology and Fuel Consumption Michael Howenstein; Executive Director: Strategic Controls; and Deborah Gordon, Executive Director: Business Planning and Program Management; Allison Transmission, Inc. Presentation Jay Spears, Director, Standards and Regulation; and Curtis Decker, Continental Tire Committee Meeting, January 30-31, 2014; Washington, D.C. Closed sessions only PREPUBLICATION COPY—SUBJECT TO FURTHER EDITORIAL CORRECTION