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San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program
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San José International Airport (SJC) Clean Fleets Program

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Bob Guerra, Regulatory Environmental Compliance Officer, City of San José presented on the San José International Airport (SJC) alternative fuels and electric vehicle programs at the Northern …

Bob Guerra, Regulatory Environmental Compliance Officer, City of San José presented on the San José International Airport (SJC) alternative fuels and electric vehicle programs 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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  • 1. Northern California Green Airport Fleet Partnership Workshop / Expo June 25, 2014 Bob Guerra Regulatory Environmental Compliance Officer City of San José
  • 2. 2 • In 2010 Facilities Division of the Airport made a shift to using Electric Vehicles for their daily operations on the airfield. Since these vehicles do not need to travel on commercial roadways, the Airport can reduce their impact on air quality and reduce the carbon footprint of their operations. • These electric vehicles require Level 1 charging which is a simple 110V, 3-prong outlet are available in offices, home walls, and garages. • SJC has installed EV 8 chargers in the hourly parking south of Terminal B to serve customer vehicles while parked at the Airport. The chargers were provided through an air quality settlement by California Air Resources Board along with a grant to Southwest Airlines to install Ground Support Equipment (GSE) chargers. Southwest is in the process of converting their GSE fleet to electric to reduce their air quality impact. Electric Vehicles
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  • 8. 2 • SJC has a comprehensive Alternative Fuels Program (AFP) that provides incentives to encourage tenants to convert their vehicles to CNG or other alternative, cleaner burning vehicles. • In an effort to reduce Green House Gas emissions, the Airport converted the entire fleet of airport shuttle buses from diesel to CNG. • In 2002 the Airport installed a CNG fueling station to provide an alternative fuel option for Airport shuttle buses, and taxis. The station also sells fuel for public consumption and pumps the equivalent of over 600,000 gallons per year. • Through policy we require one quarter of all taxi trips to use alternative fuels including CNG and hybrid vehicles. The airport taxi fleet has 91 CNG vehicles and twenty hybrid cars. • Out of 300 taxis permitted to operate at the Airport, currently 119 are now CNG taxis. Since 2000, the Airport has only purchased alternate-fuel vehicles. Approximately 25% of the Airport fleet of vehicles is now CNG vehicles. Alternative Fuels Program (AFP)
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