2014 Green Airport Fleet Workshop
Richard Battersby
East Bay Clean Cities Coalition/City of Oakland
East Bay Coalition Background
First Designated in 1995
Serving Alameda, Contra Costa and
Solano Counties
7 Member Board of...
Other California Coalitions
Sacramento
San Francisco
Silicon Valley
San Joaquin
Central Coast
Many in Southern CA
Clean Cities Background
Started in 1993
“Volunteer” arm of US Dept. of Energy
Mission: Reduce petroleum consumption
Energy...
Organization Chart
US Department of
Energy
Office of Energy
Efficiency
and Renewable Energy
Vehicle Technologies
Program
F...
Clean Cities Goals
Replacement: Replacing petroleum used in the
transportation sector with alternative fuels and
low-level...
Services Provided
Education and outreach
Publicity, Events, and Demo’s
Specifications and equipment
Strategic planning
Net...
Coalition Projects
Annual Clean Air Vehicle Funding Workshop
(November)
Annual Plug-in Vehicle Showcase
(February)
Propel ...
Questions?
Richard Battersby
admin@cleancitieseastbay.org
(510) 615-5487
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East Bay Clean Cities, US Clean Cities Overview

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Richard Battersby, East Bay Clean Cities Coalition gave this presentation on the US Department of Enegy (DOE) Clean Cities Coalitions at the Northern California Green Airport Fleet Partnership Workshop and Expo, June 25, 2014. Co-hosted by East Bay Clean Cities and CALSTART, the event gathered representatives from area airports to discuss clean fleet technologies and funding.

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East Bay Clean Cities, US Clean Cities Overview

  1. 1. 2014 Green Airport Fleet Workshop Richard Battersby East Bay Clean Cities Coalition/City of Oakland
  2. 2. East Bay Coalition Background First Designated in 1995 Serving Alameda, Contra Costa and Solano Counties 7 Member Board of Directors 70+ Members, 650 + e-contacts Some Activities in North Bay (Napa & Sonoma) Predominantly NGV’s until recently
  3. 3. Other California Coalitions Sacramento San Francisco Silicon Valley San Joaquin Central Coast Many in Southern CA
  4. 4. Clean Cities Background Started in 1993 “Volunteer” arm of US Dept. of Energy Mission: Reduce petroleum consumption Energy, Economy, and Environmental Security Over 90 Coalitions- geographically based Comprised primarily of fleets and fuel makers 2 billion gallons of petroleum displaced to date
  5. 5. Organization Chart US Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Vehicle Technologies Program Fuels Technologies Clean Cities National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  6. 6. Clean Cities Goals Replacement: Replacing petroleum used in the transportation sector with alternative fuels and low-level blends of non-petroleum replacement fuels. (2.5 billion gallons by 2020) Reduction: Reducing petroleum use by promoting energy efficiency in vehicles through advanced technology and efficient vehicles. Elimination: Eliminating petroleum or other fuel use by promoting advanced technologies and greater use of mass transit systems, trip elimination measures, and other congestion mitigation approaches.
  7. 7. Services Provided Education and outreach Publicity, Events, and Demo’s Specifications and equipment Strategic planning Networking Notification of funding opportunities Grant writing assistance (limited) Match resources, members, providers Training, training, training
  8. 8. Coalition Projects Annual Clean Air Vehicle Funding Workshop (November) Annual Plug-in Vehicle Showcase (February) Propel Fuels- 75 renewable fuel stations  $10.9 million Waste Management CNG station  $500,000 DOE EV Readiness and Planning  $1 million (statewide, $300,000 local)
  9. 9. Questions? Richard Battersby admin@cleancitieseastbay.org (510) 615-5487
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