1. Fuel Cell Subgroup Meetings, International Fuel Cells, Hartford, Connecticut, and General Motors Global Alternative Propulsion Center, Rochester, New York, February 2–3, 2000.

  2. Committee Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., February 23–24, 2000.

    Review of EPA R&D on Automotive Emissions Control Related to PNGV

    Charles Gray, Jr., Director, Advanced Technology Division

    EPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory

    PNGV and Tier 2 Emissions Regulations

    Robert Perciasepe, EPA Assistant Administrator for Air and Radiation

    Aluminum Body Approaches to Reducing Vehicle Weight

    Richard Klimisch, VP Automotive, Aluminum Association, Inc.

    Michael Wheeler, Automotive Consultant

    Steel Body Approaches to Reducing Vehicle Weight

    David C. Jeannes, Sr. Vice President, Market Development

    Marcel van Schaik, Manager, Advanced Materials Technology American

    Iron and Steel Institute

    Discussion of Concept Vehicles

    Ron York, General Motors Corporation

    Tom Moore, DaimlerChrysler Corporation

    Arun Jaura and Andy Sherman, Ford Motor Company

    Issues for PNGV beyond 2000

    John Sargent, Chair, PNGV Government Technology Team,

    U.S. Department of Commerce

    Fuel Specifications for PNGV-Type Vehicles

    Tom Bond, Manager, Fuels Technology (U.S.), BP Amoco

    Overview of DOE Fuels Activities

    Steven Chalk, Energy Conversion Team Leader,

    U.S. Department of Energy

    Adequacy and Balance of the PNGV Program

    John Sargent (U.S. Department of Commerce), Chair

    PNGV Government Technology Team



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