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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Fuel Cell Technologies Office held the Compressed Gas Storage for Medium and Heavy Duty Transportation Workshop on January 21, 2020, in Dayton, Ohio.

The workshop objective was to identify performance gaps and technology metrics (e.g. weight, volume, cost, durability) that can enable competitiveness of compressed gas storage technologies in medium- and heavy-duty transportation.

Agenda

Compressed Gas Storage for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Transportation Workshop Agenda

Presentations

Introduction and Workshop Goals, Ned Stetson, DOE

DOE Heavy Duty Truck Targets, Jesse Adams, DOE

OEM Perspective, Mike Veenstra, Ford

Compressed Gas System Cost Analysis, Cassidy Houchins, Strategic Analysis

Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessels Material Development, Amit Naskar, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Carbon Fiber Manufacturing, Merlin Theodore, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Compressed Gas Tank Manufacturer's Perspective: Linamar, Vladimir Kovalevsky, Linamar Corporation

Compressed Gas Tank Manufacturer's Perspective: Steelhead, Kaushik Mallick, Steelhead Composites

Compressed Gas Tank Manufacturer's Perspective: Hexagon, Rick Rashilla, Hexagon Purus