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Amreica’s Enery Future: Technology and Transformation C America’s Energy Future Project In 2007, the National Academies initiated the America’s Energy Future (AEF) project (Figure C.1) to facilitate a productive national policy debate about the nation’s energy future. The Phase I study, headed by the Committee on America’s Energy Future and supported by the three separately constituted panels whose members are listed in this appendix, will serve as the foundation for a Phase II portfolio of subsequent studies at the Academies and elsewhere, to be focused on strategic, tactical, and policy issues, such as energy research and development priorities, strategic energy technology development, policy analysis, and many related subjects. PANEL ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY TECHNOLOGIES LESTER B. LAVE, Carnegie Mellon University, Chair MAXINE L. SAVITZ, Honeywell, Inc. (retired), Vice Chair R. STEPHEN BERRY, University of Chicago MARILYN A. BROWN, Georgia Institute of Technology LINDA R. COHEN, University of California, Irvine MAGNUS G. CRAFORD, LumiLeds Lighting PAUL A. DeCOTIS, Long Island Power Authority JAMES DeGRAFFENREIDT, JR., WGL Holdings, Inc. HOWARD GELLER, Southwest Energy Efficiency Project DAVID B. GOLDSTEIN, Natural Resources Defense Council ALEXANDER MacLACHLAN, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (retired)
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Amreica’s Enery Future: Technology and Transformation FIGURE C.1 America’s Energy Future Project.
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Amreica’s Enery Future: Technology and Transformation WILLIAM F. POWERS, Ford Motor Company (retired) ARTHUR H. ROSENFELD, California Energy Commission DANIEL SPERLING, University of California, Davis PANEL ON ALTERNATIVE LIQUID TRANSPORTATION FUELS MICHAEL P. RAMAGE, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company (retired), Chair G. DAVID TILMAN, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Vice Chair DAVID GRAY, Noblis, Inc. ROBERT D. HALL, Amoco Corporation (retired) EDWARD A. HILER, Texas A&M University (retired) W.S. WINSTON HO, Ohio State University DOUGLAS R. KARLEN, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service JAMES R. KATZER, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company (retired) MICHAEL R. LADISCH, Purdue University and Mascoma Corporation JOHN A. MIRANOWSKI, Iowa State University MICHAEL OPPENHEIMER, Princeton University RONALD F. PROBSTEIN, Massachusetts Institute of Technology HAROLD H. SCHOBERT, Pennsylvania State University CHRISTOPHER R. SOMERVILLE, Energy Biosciences Institute GREGORY STEPHANOPOULOS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology JAMES L. SWEENEY, Stanford University PANEL ON ELECTRICITY FROM RENEWABLE RESOURCES LAWRENCE T. PAPAY, Science Applications International Corporation (retired), Chair ALLEN J. BARD, University of Texas, Austin, Vice Chair RAKESH AGRAWAL, Purdue University WILLIAM L. CHAMEIDES, Duke University JANE H. DAVIDSON, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis J. MICHAEL DAVIS, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory KELLY R. FLETCHER, General Electric
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Amreica’s Enery Future: Technology and Transformation CHARLES F. GAY, Applied Materials, Inc. CHARLES H. GOODMAN, Southern Company (retired) SOSSINA M. HAILE, California Institute of Technology NATHAN S. LEWIS, California Institute of Technology KAREN L. PALMER, Resources for the Future, Inc. JEFFREY M. PETERSON, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority KARL R. RABAGO, Austin Energy CARL J. WEINBERG, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (retired) KURT E. YEAGER, Galvin Electricity Initiative