“Regulating Japan’s Nuclear Power Industry to Achieve Zero-Accidents”, Noriko Behling, Thomas G. Behling, Mark Williams, Shunsuke Managi,
Energy Policy, April 2019, Free Abstract
“Aftermath of Fukushima: Avoiding Another Major Nuclear Disaster”, Noriko Behling, Thomas G. Behling, Mark Williams, Shunsuke Managi
Energy Policy, Volume 126, March 2019, Pages 411-420, 2019, Free Abstract
“Updated Look at the DCFC: the Fuel Cell Technology Using Solid Carbon as the Fuel”, Noriko Behling, Shunsuke Managi, Mark C. Williams, Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration, Vol. 35, Issue 4, pp. 1-7, 2018, Free Abstract
“Fuel cells and the hydrogen revolution: Analysis of a strategic plan in Japan”, Noriko Behling, Mark C. Williams, Shunsuke Managi, Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, Vol. 48, pp. 204-221, December 2015, Free Abstract
“Japan’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Policy: Creating Opportunities for Economic Growth”, Noriko Behling, Mark C. Williams, Shunsuke Managi, The Journal of Fuel Cell Technology, Fuel Cell Development Information Center (FCDIC), Japan, Vol 15, No.2, pp.51-60, Autumn 2015
“Importance of Electrochemical Technology in our Transportation and Energy Future”, Noriko Behling, The Journal of Fuel Cell Technology</span, Fuel Cell Development Information Center (FCDIC), July, pp. 40-43, vol. 14, no.4, 2015
“Japan’s Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Commercialization Strategy” Fuel Sell Seminar, Los Angeles, November 2014
“Brief on Congressional Outreach to Tohoku University: Finding Solutions to the Fuel Cell Dilemma.” A PowerPoint presentation to Tohoku University, New Industry Creation Hatchery Center, October 20, 2014. The presentation introduced to the Japanese audience her fuel cell promotional activities at the US Congress in the summer of 2014.
“Congressional Briefing: Finding Solutions to the Fuel Cell Dilemma,” A presentation made during her visits to 35 offices of senators and congressmen of the US Congress in August and September 2014. Noriko is promoting the importance of fuel cell technology to the US economy and environment to congressional leaders and asking for their support to initiate a National Academies study on fuel cells. The study aims to find a path to dramatic cost reduction and improve efficiency and durability of fuel cells.
“Overview of the Automobile Industry in China”, A PowerPoint presentation presented at the International Conference “Global/Local Innovations for Next Generation Automobiles” on October 8-10, 2014, Joint Session of Eleventh International Conference on Fluid Dynamics (ICFD2014) CS3, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan.
“Finding Solutions to the Fuel Cell Dilemma”, Noriko made the presentation at the Rotary Club of McLean, Virginia, on 30 September, 2014. She was the guest speaker at the Club Meeting.
Who Is the Global Fuel Cell Leader Today? What the United States Needs to Do to Get Back in the Lead,” ECS Transactions. 2014 56(1): 3-21.
“Fuel Cell Technology and Hydrogen Commercialization: A Global Overview,” 21st FCDIC Fuel Cell Symposium, Japan, 30 May 2014.
HFCL14_March_Opinion_Noriko_Behling, “Charting a New Path for Fuel Cell Development,” The Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Newsletter, March 2014
Japanese Next Generation Vehicle Strategy: A Successful Strategy to Achieve CO2 Emission Reduction and Global Green Vehicle Leadership”, An article published in the Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Fluid Dynamics, ICFD2013, Sendai, Japan, 25-27 November 2013.
“Japanese Next Generation Vehicle Strategy: A Successful Strategy to Achieve CO2 Emission Reduction and Global Green Vehicle Leadership,” A PowerPoint brief presented at the Special Session on “OS5 Global/Local Innovations for Next Generation Automobiles” at the Tenth International Conference on Fluid Dynamics, ICFD2013, Sendai, Japan, 25-27 November 2013.
Who is the Global Fuel Cell Leader Today?
Fuel Cell Seminar, 22 October 2013
Current Global Fuel Cell R&D and Future Research Needs by Noriko Behling was published in ECS Transactions, Volume 51, 2013
A Comparative Analysis of Strengths and Weaknesses of European, Japanese, and US Fuel Cell Programs, Presentation at New Industry Creation Hatchery Center, Tohoku University, Sendai, Miyagi, on July 1, 2013
Overview of Global Fuel Cell R&D, Presentation at New Industry Creation Hatchery Center, Tohoku University, Sendai, Miyagi, on July 1, 2013
Making Fuel Cells Work, Issues in Science and Technology/National Academy of Sciences, April 2013
Summary: Fuel cells offer considerable benefits, but developing them for commercial application has failed. To speed progress, a national program is needed to answer basic research questions.The article provides policy roadmaps how to achieve successful fuel cell products without making another costly and wasteful mistake.
Solving the fuel cell dilemma by Noriko Behling was published in Elsevier’s Fuel Cell Bulletin, November 2012
Current Global Fuel Cell R&D and Future Research Needs Nov 2012 is a PowerPoint presentation made at the Fuel Cell Seminar, Connecticut, November 2012