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Future of Alternative Fuels in WI Showcase - WI State Energy Office Presentation

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Maria Redmond, WI State Energy Office, presented information on the future of alternative fuels in Wisconsin for our Future of Alternative Fuels in WI Showcase.

Maria Redmond, WI State Energy Office, presented information on the future of alternative fuels in Wisconsin for our Future of Alternative Fuels in WI Showcase.

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  • 1. Future of Transportation Fuel Technologies in Wisconsin Maria Redmond Wisconsin State Energy Office Future of Alternative Fuels Workshop July 29, 2014
  • 2. Source: WI State Energy Office, * As of 4/2014 • 2013 On-road diesel consumption: 726.3 million gallons • 2013 On-road gasoline consumption: 2.47 billion gallons • Cost WI consumers $11.8 billion for gasoline and diesel • ~$1.3 million (~11%) stays in WI www.stateenergyoffice.wi.gov Wisconsin Alternative Motor Fuel Consumption - (Millions of Gallons) 2012 2013 2014* LPG 1.63 1.97 0.80 CNG 1.42 3.64 1.93 LNG 0.09 0.23 0.09 Ethanol 297.49 294.68 106.15 Wisconsin Vehicle Fuel Consumption
  • 3. Wisconsin’s Fuels Portfolio • E85 (85% ethanol, 15% gasoline) • Biodiesel (B5, B20, B100) • Natural Gas (CNG, LNG, Bio-Gas) • Propane Autogas (LPG) • Hybrid Electric • Plug-In Hybrid Electric • Electric • Hydrogen Source: Alternative Fuels and Biofuels Use Report 2013
  • 4. Biofuels - E85 and Biodiesel Stations E85 = 131 Biodiesel= 4
  • 5. Natural Gas Stations Source: Alternative Fuels Data Center • 42 public CNG stations throughout the state. • 11 private CNG stations • 2 private biogas stations • 1 public LNG station
  • 6. Propane Stations Source: Alternative Fuels Data Center • 53 public • 3 private
  • 7. Electric Vehicle Charging Sites Source: Alternative Fuels Data Center 135 publically and 26 private charging points throughout the state
  • 8. State Programs to Support Advances in Transportation Fuels and Vehicles
  • 9. Forwarding Wisconsin's Fuel Choice  $500,000 award from USDOE Clean Cities Grant Program  ProgramTeam – SEO, Wisconsin Clean Cities andWI Technical College System  Goals to expand alternative fuels use by: - Expand accessibility to alternative fuels off highways; - offer training for first responders, public safety officers, and permitting officials; and - assist public fleets in developing and implementing petroleum reduction strategies and policies.
  • 10. Biofuels Programs  BRAIN (Biofuels Retail Availability Improvement Network(BRAIN) – ($1 million) • For fuel retailers capable of locating the E85 or biodiesel refueling outlets available to consumers • Funding for fuel terminals to install biodiesel blending equipment • Supported installation of two biodiesel blending terminals, five biodiesel stations and 10 E85 stations
  • 11.  Governor directed stakeholder initiative organized by the SEO andWI Clean Cities to promote the use of CNG, LNG and Biogas as transportation fuels inWI Natural Gas ForTransportation  Continue to cover issues such as policy, maintenance, conversions, infrastructure development, vehicle deployment, trends
  • 12. Continued Growth in WI  Develop Partnerships - smoother transition to new technologies with wider knowledge base - wider acceptance of advanced vehicle technologies and clean fuels - Ability to secure funding  Address availability and limitations of technology – both infrastructure and vehicles  Sound public policy to support development efforts  SEO will continue to develop programs to support alternative fuels efforts
  • 13. Questions? (608) 266-1521 maria.redmond@wisconsin.gov