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PHEV Battery Forum 7/12 - S. Coast Air Quality Mgmt District

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  • John Davi
    The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) is hosting a day-long forum/meeting on PHEVs next Wednesday in Diamond Bar, CA, specifically focused
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      The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) is hosting a
      day-long forum/meeting on PHEVs next Wednesday in Diamond Bar, CA,
      specifically focused on battery issues. Batteries are the main
      technical holdup for automaker adoption; this roundtable forum hopes
      to identify the key areas that need further R&D in order to speed
      commercialization.

      SCAQMD has been one of the most vocal and consistent supporters of
      PHEVs, and took delivery of EnergyCS's first demonstration vehicle in
      April.

      Meeting announcement and agenda follows.

      Meeting Announcement:

      Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle Forum & Technical Roundtable

      The South Coast Air Quality Management District is convening a Plug-in
      Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) Forum and Technical Roundtable focused
      on the technical issues related to advanced batteries and their effect
      on the development and commercialization of PHEVs. The objective of
      the meeting is to identify key expert perspectives on battery
      capabilities, requirements, and other issues specifically for
      application to plug-in hybrid electric vehicles and to highlight
      important or necessary RD&D areas for near-term commercialization of
      plug-in hybrids.

      The meeting will be held on Wednesday, July 12, 2006 at the SCAQMD
      headquarters in Diamond Bar, CA. The meeting will start at 9:00 a.m.
      in in the main auditorium. In the morning, eight technical experts
      will provide focused presentations on various aspects of PHEV battery
      issues. Following lunch, a technical roundtable discussion by these
      experts will be conducted. Public comment will be encouraged
      following the roundtable discussion.

      The AQMD encourages all major stakeholders to attend, including auto
      manufacturers, energy companies, industry representatives, state and
      federal regulatory agencies, environmental and community organizations
      and other interested parties.

      The agenda for the meeting is provided below.

      Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle
      Forum and Technical Roundtable
      Agenda
      Wednesday, July 12, 2006
      AQMD Headquarters
      21865 Copley Drive
      Diamond Bar, CA 91765
      Main Auditorium

      9:00 AM Welcome Barry Wallerstein, D.Env.
      Executive Officer, AQMD

      9:05 AM Self-Introductions Panelists
      Context and Framing of Issues

      9:15 AM Technical Issues and Background Matt Miyasato, Ph.D. Tech.
      Demonstrations Mgr, AQMD
      Forum Presentations

      9:30 AM Plug-In HEV Battery Requirements Mark Duvall, Ph.D. Mgr.,
      Tech. Development, EPRI

      9:50 AM Dept. of Energy's Plug-in HEV Tien Duong Research Program Team
      Leader Vehicle Tech., FreedomCAR

      10:10 AM Energy Storage Options for Plug-In Hybrid Vehicles Ahmad
      Pesaran, Ph.D. Principal Engineer, NREL

      10:30 AM Break (20 minutes)

      10:50 AM Lithium Ion Battery Issues Dan Doughty, Ph.D. Mgr., Li Ion
      Battery R&D, Sandia

      11:10 AM Battery Systems Requirements for Production Vehicles Johnson
      Controls-Saft (invited)


      11:30 AM Integration Experience Greg Hansen Vice President, EnergyCS

      11:50 PM Plug-in Hybrid Battery Evaluation: Laboratory and Field
      Testing Naum Pinsky, Ph.D. Southern California Edison

      12:20 PM Lunch (60 minutes)

      Roundtable Discussion
      1:20 PM Moderator: Mark Duvall

      3:30 PM Public Comment Summary and Next Steps
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