Appendix B
Presentations at Committee Meetings

FIRST COMMITTEE MEETING: FEBRUARY 20-22, 2007, WASHINGTON, D.C.


JoAnn Milliken, Program Manager, Hydrogen, Fuel Cells, and Infrastructure Technologies, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE): Overview of the Hydrogen Challenge and Federal Effort

Sig Gronich, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies Program, DOE: Overview of DOE’s Transition Analysis Effort

Robert Rose, U.S. Fuel Cell Council: Discussion of Fuel Cell Council Report, Fuel Cells and Hydrogen: The Path Forward

Arthur Katsaros, Air Products: Strategies and Costs for a Hydrogen Fuel Infrastructure

Dan Rastler, Electric Power Research Institute: Roles and Opportunities for Power Companies in the Hydrogen-electric Economy

Robert W. Shaw, Aretê Corporation: Role of Entrepreneurs and the Venture Capital Sector in a Transition

Joan Ogden, University of California, Davis: Hydrogen Transition Issues


SECOND COMMITTEE MEETING: APRIL 18-20, 2007, WASHINGTON, D.C.


Ben Knight, Honda Motor Corporation: Honda’s Hydrogen Programs and Expectations

Phillip Baxley, Shell Hydrogen: Shell’s Hydrogen Programs and Expectations

K.G. Duleep, ICF: The Hydrogen Transition and Competing Conventional Fuel Economy Technology

JoAnn Millikin, DOE: DOE’s Perspective on How the Committee’s Study Could Be Used by DOE’s Programs

Fred Joseck and Mark Paster (DOE), Brian James (Directed Technologies Inc.): Meeting with Committee’s Infrastructure Team

Richard Hess and Maggie Mann, DOE: Biomass

Lowell Miller, DOE: Coal, FutureGen and CO2 Sequestration Programs

David Greene, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL): Modeling, Scenarios, and the Transition

Steve Plotkin, Argonne National Laboratory (ANL): Examining Hydrogen Transitions

Frances Wood (On Location, Inc.), Fred Maples (DOE-Energy Information Agency); Timothy Johnson (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency): Meeting with committee’s Scenarios Team

Johanna Levee (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) and Knut Harg (Norsk-Hydro), Brian James (Directed Technologies Inc.), and Mark Paster (DOE): Meeting with Committee’s Technology Readiness Team


THIRD COMMITTEE MEETING: JUNE 25-26, 2007, WASHINGTON, D.C.


Kelly Fletcher, GE Research: Hydrogen; Transitioning to Carbon-free Energy

Jon Bereisa, General Motors: GM’s Fuel Cell Plans and Programs

Taiyo Kawai and Bill Reinert, Toyota: Toyota’s Plans and Programs for Hydrogen and Other Advanced Vehicles

Catherine Dunwoody, California Fuel Cell Partnership: California’s Plans for Hydrogen

Bryan Jenkins, University of California, Davis: Biofuels and H2 from Biomass



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