On-Board Hydrogen Storage

Scott Jorgensen, General Motors

Fuel Cell Commercialization

John Cassidy, UTC, Inc.

Renewable Energy

David Pimentel, Cornell University

Hydrogen from Coal

David Gray and Glen Tomlinson, Mitretek

Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Joseph Strakey, DOE/National Energy Technology Laboratory

Hydrogen Production from Solar Energy

Nathan Lewis, California Institute of Technology

Methane Conversion

Alex Bell, University of California, Berkeley

Methane Conversion

Jens Rostrup-Nielsen, Haldor Topsoe

4. COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C., JUNE 10–12, 2003

Hydrogen, Fuel Cell Vehicles and the Transportation Sector

David Friedman, Union of Concerned Scientists

Hydro-Chem

Dennis Norton, Hydro-Chem

Small Hydrogen Plants for the Hydrogen Economy

Marvin A. Crews, Howe Baker

DOE’s Hydrogen RD&D Plan

Steve Chalk, Pete Devlin, David Henderson, Mark Paster, JoAnn Milliken, Pat Davis, Sig Gronich, Christy Cooper, and Neil Rossmeissl, DOE

Hydrogen: Opportunities and Challenges

Dan Reicher, Northern Power Systems and New Energy Capital

DOE’s Hydrogen Feedstock Strategy

Mark Pastor, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, DOE

Fuel Cell Vehicles and the Hydrogen Economy

Larry Burns, General Motors

Issues Confronting Future Hydrogen Production and Use for Transportation

Bill Innes, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering

5. COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C., AUGUST 13–15, 2003

Closed Session



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