NREL Off-Road Decarbonization and Energy Systems Integration Workshop: Challenges and Opportunities
Access presentations from NREL’s workshop on Off-Road Decarbonization and Energy Systems Integration Challenges and Opportunities, held March 22–24, 2022.
The workshop identified research, development, and deployment needs to accelerate technology development and commercialization of off-road decarbonization solutions and explored opportunities for collaboration across government, academia, and industry. View the workshop agenda.
Tuesday, March 22, 2022
Decarbonizing Transportation and Off-Road Sector
Michael Berube, U.S. Department of Energy
Association of Equipment Manufacturers: Off-Road Industry Perspective
Jason Malcore, Association of Equipment Manufacturers
Challenges Facing Effective Deployment of Zero-Emissions Powertrains for Non-Road
Steve Berry, Truck and Engine Manufacturers Association
Wednesday, March 23, 2022
Summary of Off-Road Decarbonization Questionnaire Responses
Josh Pihl, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Mission Innovation Hydrogen Fuel Cell Off-Road Equipment and Vehicles Workshop and
Working Group Progress Plan
Pete Devlin, U.S. Department of Energy
John Deere Power Systems: Vehicle-Level Industry Perspective
Darren Almond, John Deere Power Systems
Eaton Vehicle Group: Vehicle-Level Industry Perspective–Technology Enablers for Decarbonizing
the Off-Road Segment
Mihai Dorobantu, Eaton Vehicle Group
Caterpillar Inc.: Vehicle-Level Perspective
Mike Rochford, Caterpillar Inc.
Thursday, March 24, 2022
Caterpillar Inc.: Site Operator Industry Perspective
Suresh Reddy, Caterpillar Inc.
juwi AG: Site Operator Industry Perspective
Amiram Roth-Deblon, juwi AG
Air Liquide: Site Operator Industry Perspective–Hydrogen Supply to Off-Road Applications
Dave Edwards, Air Liquide Hydrogen Energy, United States
Xcel Energy: Site Operator Industry Perspective
Jeremy Hutchinson and Joseph LaCasse, Xcel Energy