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 and 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, Environmental Protection Agency (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 and 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 and 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
COMMITTEE SUBGROUP MEETING, MAY 9, 2013, WASHINGTON, D.C.
Closed sessions only
COMMITTEE MEETING 2, 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, supervisor, Advanced Heavy-Duty Regulations, 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/Office of Transportation and Air Quality
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 Wayne Eckerle, vice president, Research and Technology Integration, Cummins Gary Salemme, director, Advanced Engineering Systems Integration, Cummins
Engine Models and Maps Being Used in Truck Simulation Nigel Clark, University of West Virginia
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, Civil Engineering and Environmental Science and Policy, University of California at Davis
Natural Gas-Fueled Engines Tim Frazier, director, Engineering, Cummins-Westport
National Academy of Science Panel on Heavy Duty GHG/ CAFE Discussion: General Motors Comments Mark Allen, director, Global Energy, Mass, and Aerodynamics, GM; Barbara Kiss, manager, Vehicle Efficiency and 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
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 and Environmental Policy, California State Senate
Transmission Perspectives for the Phase 2 GHG Rule Mihai Dorobontu, director, Technology Planning and Government Affairs, Eaton Vehicle Group
COMMITTEE MEETING, SEPTEMBER 25, 2013, WASHINGTON, D.C.
Closed sessions only
COMMITTEE MEETING 4, NOVEMBER 21, 2013, IRVINE, CALIFORNIA
Test Methods for Truck Tire Rolling Resistance and Reducing Fuel Consumption of Medium-Duty and Heavy-Duty Vehicles Stan Lew, Industry Standards and 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, manager, Product Development, Continental Tire
COMMITTEE MEETING, JANUARY 30-31, 2014, WASHINGTON, D.C.
Closed sessions only