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Review of Doe’s Vision 21 Research and Development Program—Phase I B Presentations and Committee Activities 1. Committee Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., May 20-22, 2002 National Energy Policy and Coal Program Carl O. Bauer, National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) Vision 21: Overview Lawrence A. Ruth, NETL Vision 21 Technology Area: Gasification Gary J. Stiegel, NETL Vision 21 Technology Area: Gas Purification Gary J. Stiegel, NETL Vision 21 Technology Area: Gas Separation Gary J. Stiegel, NETL Combustion Technology: On the Path to Vision 21 Donald L. Bonk, NETL High-Efficiency Engines and Turbines (HEET) Abbie W. Layne, NETL
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Review of Doe’s Vision 21 Research and Development Program—Phase I Innovations for Existing Plants (IEP) Program Thomas J. Feeley, III, NETL Coal Fuels and Chemicals: Synthesis Gas Conversion John C. Winslow, NETL Fuel Cells Program Mark Williams, NETL Advanced Research: Vision 21 Sensors and Controls Program: Vision 21 Review Robert Romanosky, NETL Advanced Research: Vision 21 Materials Program Robert Romanosky, NETL Vision 21 Simulation and Modeling Anthony Cugini, NETL Systems Analysis and Integration John Ruether, NETL Energy-Environment Policy Integration and Coordination—The E-EPIC Study Steve Gehl, Electric Power Research Institute Overview of Vision 21 for Coal-Based Power Generation Randall E. Rush, Southern Company Services, Inc. Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle Robert S. Horton, ChevronTexaco Worldwide Power and Gasification, Inc. The Evaluation of Coal Combustion Technology for Electric Power John Marion, Alstom Power, Inc. Perspective on the Vision 21 Program Larry Grimes, National Coal Council Development of ITM Oxygen Technology for Gasification and Power Applications Ted Foster, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
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Review of Doe’s Vision 21 Research and Development Program—Phase I 2. Committee Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., July 29-31, 2002 Vision 21 Fuel Cells Program Mark Williams, National Energy Technology Laboratory Experience and Development Needs of Gasification Technology—the Polk Power Station Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) Plant John McDaniel, Tampa Electric Company, Polk Power Station Status and Development Needs for Fuel Cell Technology Hossein Ghezel, FuelCell Energy 3. Committee Conference Calls, September 6, 9, and 10, 2002 Committee discussions of its draft report
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