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Wisconsin Clean Cities Annual Stakeholder Meeting Presentation

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Lorrie Lisek, Executive Director, reviews WI Clean Cities achievements and successes in 2013.

Lorrie Lisek, Executive Director, reviews WI Clean Cities achievements and successes in 2013.

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  • What technologies we use to meet our goal
    Clean Cities is a fuel-neutral program--supporting all EPAct alternative fuels, including: biodiesel, electricity, ethanol, hydrogen, natural gas, and propane.
    Clean Cities also supports fuel economy improvements and idle reduction, as well as trip elimination measures, like rideshare and telecommuting programs.
    We provide stakeholders with unbiased, objective information about these technologies.
  • What technologies we use to meet our goal
    Clean Cities is a fuel-neutral program--supporting all EPAct alternative fuels, including: biodiesel, electricity, ethanol, hydrogen, natural gas, and propane.
    Clean Cities also supports fuel economy improvements and idle reduction, as well as trip elimination measures, like rideshare and telecommuting programs.
    We provide stakeholders with unbiased, objective information about these technologies.
  • What technologies we use to meet our goal
    Clean Cities is a fuel-neutral program--supporting all EPAct alternative fuels, including: biodiesel, electricity, ethanol, hydrogen, natural gas, and propane.
    Clean Cities also supports fuel economy improvements and idle reduction, as well as trip elimination measures, like rideshare and telecommuting programs.
    We provide stakeholders with unbiased, objective information about these technologies.
  • Participants receive certificate for course completion

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  • 1. Welcome! Wisconsin Clean Cities Annual Stakeholder Meeting Jeff Shefchik, Paper Transport Wisconsin Clean Cities 1
  • 2. Jerry Medinger, American Lung Association Wisconsin Clean Cities 2
  • 3. Wisconsin Clean Cities 2013 A Year in Review Lorrie Lisek WCC Executive Director December 10, 2013
  • 4. Team Wisconsin AME… EAN CITIES EW N N NEW S IN CL S TAFF SCON I •Ba W O R Y… RRIT W TE E! NE EWID STAT iley Br own, Pr oject C •Erika oordin Noble, ator Projec •Steph t Coor anie Sm d i na t o ith, Pro r •Ciara ject Co O’Neill ordina – Inter tor •Cass n ie Brid ger – P /T Proj ect Ass istant Wisconsin Clean Cities 4
  • 5. Key Stakeholders • Local Government Agencies – – – – – – – – Wisconsin State Energy Office Chippewa County EDC City of Milwaukee City of Port Washington Police Dept. Dane County WI Department of Natural Resources Milwaukee County Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District – Washburn County • • Utilities – We Energies – Madison Gas & Electric – Oconomowoc Utilities WCC Members Across Wisconsin Fuel Providers – – – – – – – – – – AmeriGas Boehlke Bottled Gas Corp. Charter Fuels Clean Energy Fuels Como Oil & Propane E.H. Wolf & Sons Ferrellgas GAIN Clean Fuels SunPower Biodiesel Trillium CNG Wisconsin Clean Cities 5
  • 6. Key Stakeholders cont. • Fleets – Barnes, Inc. – Contract Transport Services, LLC. – Convenience Transportation, LLC. – Dynamic Recycling – Go Riteway Transportation Group – Harter’s Quick Clean Up – Hribar Logistics – Lake Michigan Carferry Service – Menard, Inc. – Michel’s Corporation – Outpost Natural Foods – Paper Transport – Remy Battery Co., Inc. – Time Transport, Inc. – Transit Express – Veolia Water North America – Veriha Trucking, Inc. – Waste Management* *Denotes National Clean Fleets Partner • Station Retailers – Kwik Trip, Inc.* – Probe Alternative Fuel Services • Nonprofit Organizations – American Lung Association in WI – Wisconsin Biodiesel Association – Wisconsin Propane Gas Association Wisconsin Clean Cities 6
  • 7. Key Stakeholders cont. • • Schools – – – – – Green Lake School District De Soto School District Marquette University Milwaukee Area Technical College Waukesha County Technical College Other – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Wisconsin Clean Cities ANGI Energy Systems Altec Industries Barnes Green Energy BioCNG, LLC Cummins NPower, LLC Diesel Outfitters, LLC Dual Fuel Systems Endpoint Solutions Corp Espar Heating Systems ET Environmental Corp ESW Group Inland Power Group International Motorwerks Maxx Air Group, Inc. Mid-State Truck Service Midwest Green Solutions Odyne Systems Parker Hannifin Corp. PST Cylinders, Inc. ROUSH Clean Tech Thermo/Cense, Inc. Truck Country Freightliner Wisconsin Bus Sales 7
  • 8. A State of Fuel Diversity! • • • • • Natural Gas (CNG, LNG, Biogas) Propane Electricity Biodiesel Ethanol Wisconsin Alternative Fuel Stations Fuel Type Public Stations Private Stations CNG – Compressed natural gas 34 10 LNG – Liquefied natural gas 1 0 Electric Chargers 95 26 Propane 51 2 Biodiesel 3 1 114 1 E85 Wisconsin Clean Cities 8
  • 9. Current Projects • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program – – – – – $15 million in funding from ARRA, $17 million in cost share 4 year ARRA funded program 375+ alternative fuel/advanced technology vehicles 18 alternative fuel stations 150 outreach events reaching over 19,000 members of the public Wisconsin Clean Cities 9
  • 10. Current Projects cont. • Natural Gas for Transportation Roundtables – – – – Co-hosted with the WI State Energy Office Endorsed by Governor Walker Four meetings held around the state each averaging 125 attendees Created to overcome barriers for fleets to adopt natural gas vehicles and install supporting infrastructure – Held biogas breakout sessions • Electric Vehicle Task Force – 30+ Committee Members – Developed 12 Target Issues – Collaborate to break barriers and ease the adoption of electric vehicles – Working to develop Work Place Charging Initiative Wisconsin Clean Cities 10
  • 11. Current Projects cont. • Forwarding Wisconsin’s Fuel Choice ($500,000 DOE grant funded project) – Partnership with WI State Energy Office and WI State Technical College System – Strengthen Wisconsin's alternative fuels market through policy, barrier reduction, safety and training initiatives, and outreach programs – Deliverables include: • • • • • Development of a Wisconsin Smart Fleet Program – website launch January, 2014 Analysis of statewide policies and incentives Developing internal company policies for program partners Mitigating barriers for and educating fuel retailers Evaluating and expanding training opportunities and education programs in the technical colleges • Hold educational workshops and events • Prepare online and print outreach articles regarding the program Wisconsin Clean Cities 11
  • 12. Current Projects cont. • The Lake Michigan Corridor Alternative Fuel Implementation Initiative ($700,000+ DOE grant funded project) – Regional partnership with the Gas Technology Institute and the Lake Michigan Consortium (Wisconsin, Chicago, and Northern Indiana Clean Cities Coalitions) – The initiative includes: • Facilitating opening municipal stations to shared and/or public access • Assisting creation of inspection criteria for converted vehicles (CNG/LPG) • Weights and measures education, training, and testing equipment • Educating public fuel retailers • Identifying local regulatory barriers and developing mitigation strategies • Partnering with local colleges to develop “Train the Trainer” programs for first responders • Providing workshops for fire marshals and code officials for CNG, LNG, and LPG Wisconsin Clean Cities 12
  • 13. Current Projects cont. • Eco-Driving for Class 8 Over-the-Road Trucks (CMAQ Funds) – Partnership with WI Department of Natural Resources and Waukesha County Technical College – Develop curriculum and train drivers to drive more efficiently to reduce petroleum consumption – Incorporate curriculum on idle reduction strategies and methods • Fleet Manager Training – Partnering with University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee to develop online training classes for Fleet Managers – Incorporate Clean Cities topics into curriculum – Clean Cities Members attend at a discounted price • Winter Webinar Series – Partnering with South Shore Clean Cities to present a series of clean cities topic webinars – Topics included: CNG maintenance shop safety, propane, biodiesel, Clean Cities tools, and more Wisconsin Clean Cities 13
  • 14. WCC Accomplishments • Decreases due to: – Coalition transition – Changes in DOE Reporting Strategies • Increases due to: Reporting Stakeholders 2009 2010 2011 2012 7 18 35 57 Wisconsin Clean Cities – New Leadership – Significant Membership Growth – Improved Membership & Stakeholder Communications – Improved Internal Preparation and Planning 14
  • 15. Accomplishments cont. Wisconsin Clean Cities 15
  • 16. Accomplishments cont. Wisconsin Clean Cities 16
  • 17. Eye on WI Clean Cities Wisconsin Clean Cities 17
  • 18. Eye on WI Clean Cities Wisconsin Clean Cities 18
  • 19. Eye on WI Clean Cities Wisconsin Clean Cities 19
  • 20. Clean Cities…Celebrating two decades of change In 1993, many people had never heard of alternative fuels. Today, organizations in the public and private sectors are striving to become more sustainable, the price of oil continues to fluctuate, and the impacts of climate change are growing, making the need for alternative fuels self-evident. Alternative Fuels…Not an alternative, a Choice! Wisconsin Clean Cities 20
  • 21. 2014 Celebrating 20 years of “Driving Wisconsin Forward!” Wisconsin Clean Cities 21
  • 22. 2014 Celebrating 20 years of “Driving Wisconsin Forward!” 2013 Wisconsin Clean Cities Annual Stakeholder Meeting •Approval of By-Laws •Approval of 2014 Work Plan & Budget Wisconsin Clean Cities 22
  • 23. Wisconsin Clean Cities Board of Directors • • • • • • • • Craig Fischer Mary Smarelli Jerry Medinger Jeff Tews Ruanna Hayes Bob Reagan Jeff Shefchik Jeffrey Bach • • • • • • • Katrina Bell Matt Jarmuz Bryan Nudelbacher George Stone Martin Franzkowiak Matthew Carr Tim Glynn Wisconsin Clean Cities 23
  • 24. Wisconsin Clean Cities Annual Stakeholder Awards Forward Fleet Awards Service Award Cornerstone Award Wisconsin Clean Cities 24
  • 25. Wisconsin Clean Cities Thank you for a great year and being a part of Wisconsin Clean Cities! Wisconsin Clean Cities 25