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This profile was last updated on 8/14/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Gary A. Herwick

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Board Member

Phone: (202) ***-****  HQ Phone
Clean Fuels Development Coalition
4641 Montgomery Avenue Suite 350
Bethesda , Maryland 20814
United States

Company Description: THE CLEAN FUELS DEVELOPMENT COALITION (CFDC) is 501(c)(6) non-profit organization that actively supports the increased production and use of fuels that can reduce...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • B.S. , mechanical engineering
    Ohio University
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CFDC: Clean Fuels Development Coalition > Publications, 14 Aug 2014 [cached]
The first in this series is by CFDC Board member Gary Herwick, formerly Director of Mobile Emissions and Fuel Efficiency for General Motors entitled "Energy & Ethanol," it was produced in cooperation with the National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition, the White Paper makes a compelling argument for accelerated use of ethanol in E85.
Ben Nelson of NE and Gary Herwick of General Motors speaking on the merits of ethanol., 27 Sept 2013 [cached]
Gary A. Herwick President Transportation Fuels Consulting Inc.
A few years ago, "All the ..., 15 June 2007 [cached]
A few years ago, "All the manufacturers were having fuel-injector problems within a few months" after a new car was sold, says Gary Herwick, a mechanical engineer who's head of Michigan-based Transportation Fuels Consulting.He worked at General Motors at the time of the problems.
He says "it's fair to say" that some automakers' fuel systems weren't the best, but he believes skimpy additive packages should get most of the blame.
Says Herwick: "It's difficult for the average person to determine."
Gary Herwick, Manager of Alternative Fuels for General Motors, discussed recent GM studies supporting the use of ethanol, and stated that ethanol is a major area of focus for the company.
"GM supports ethanol because it makes sense. In fact our studies indicate cellulose ethanol could essentially eliminate CO2 emissions from cars and trucks, and provide a cost effective alternative to gasoline, thereby addressing many energy use concerns," said Herwick.
He added that "GM supports ethanol use, and we urge owners of E85 capable vehicles to use these fuels whenever possible."
New Page 1, 4 Oct 2004 [cached]
"General Motors is pleased to sponsor the Grand Island promotion to encourage consumers to try this homegrown alternative fuel and take advantage of the benefits," said Gary Herwick, Director of Alternative Fuels for General Motors.
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