Dane CountyCNG ExperiencesJohn Welch, PESolid Waste ManagerDane CountyWisconsin Clean Transportation ProgramMay 7, 2013
Dane County’s CNG History• Experience with landfill gas and digesters• Pipeline quality gas project• Continued to evaluate...
What’s Driving Fleet Conversions• Fuel Savings• Proven Technology – engines• Emissions regulations– Capital Cost– O&M Cost...
Environmental BenefitsFuel Carbon Intensity(gCO2e/MJ)Gasoline 95.86CNG from Pipeline 68.00CNG from Digester 13.45CNG from ...
Vehicles• 24 vehicles in fleet– All bi-fuel– F150s, F250s, F350s,Ford Fusion, Transit Connect– 7 Departments• Will add 15-...
Vehicle Conversion Options• Dedicated, bi-fuel, or dual fuel– Available options & intended use– Range– Typical route (retu...
Vehicle ROI• Variables– Initial Conversion Cost• Dedicated or Dual-fuel– Miles driven per year– MPG– Fuel Savings~$2.00/gal
Vehicle ROI ExamplesVehicle ConversionCostMPG Miles/yr GGE/yr Payback SavingsAfterPaybackCar $9,000 25 25,000 1,000 4.5 yr...
Infrastructure ROI• Components of CNG cost– Supply Gas– Electricity– O&M– Capital Ammortization (grants)– Taxes and Tax Cr...
Dane County’s CNG Station– Natural gas only– 2 hoses– Fast-fill– 100 GGE storage– 30 GGE/hr from compressor– Funding• ~$28...
Cost to Produce CNGCNG w/o Grant2000 GGE/monthCNG w/o Grant5000 GGE/monthNatural Gas $0.709 $0.70Electricity $0.376 $0.22C...
Dane County’s BioCNG Station• Pilot System– Biogas from landfill• 5 GGE/hr– 1 hose– Fast-fill– 40 GGE storage– Funding• Al...
Old System New System
BioCNG Differences• Extra Capitol• Extra O&M Costs• Cheaper Gas?– Other revenue potential for gas?• RINs
CNG vs BioCNG ROI ResultsCNG w/o Grant BioCNG w/o GrantNatural Gas / Biogas $0.709 -Electricity $0.376 $1.04Capital $0.756...
Hurdles• Vehicle Procurement– EPA Certifications– Limited options– Delays• Fueling Stations• Training– Infrastructure & ve...
Other Considerations• Vehicle maintenance– Local options?– Tools and training• Building Modifications– Code compliance• Tr...
Vehicle Performance• Dyno testing• Driver experience• Reliable• Maintenance/Service
Future of CNG in Dane County• Dane County - 10 yr Strategic Plan– Convert most/entire fleet to CNG– Looking for partners –...
Questions?John WelchSolid Waste Manager608-267-8815welch@countyofdane.com
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  1. 1. Dane CountyCNG ExperiencesJohn Welch, PESolid Waste ManagerDane CountyWisconsin Clean Transportation ProgramMay 7, 2013
  2. 2. Dane County’s CNG History• Experience with landfill gas and digesters• Pipeline quality gas project• Continued to evaluate options• Pilot bioCNG project• Funding from SEO and WCTP– CNG station, bioCNG station, and vehicles
  3. 3. What’s Driving Fleet Conversions• Fuel Savings• Proven Technology – engines• Emissions regulations– Capital Cost– O&M Costs– Payload• Available Fuel Stations (Chicken & Egg)• Contract Requirements• Image / Marketing
  4. 4. Environmental BenefitsFuel Carbon Intensity(gCO2e/MJ)Gasoline 95.86CNG from Pipeline 68.00CNG from Digester 13.45CNG from Landfill 11.26http://www.arb.ca.gov/fuels/lcfs/121409lcfs_lutables.pdf
  5. 5. Vehicles• 24 vehicles in fleet– All bi-fuel– F150s, F250s, F350s,Ford Fusion, Transit Connect– 7 Departments• Will add 15-20 in 2013– Some dedicated CNG– Plow Trucks, van, pickups, passenger car• Conversion cost– $10,000 - $12,000 each
  6. 6. Vehicle Conversion Options• Dedicated, bi-fuel, or dual fuel– Available options & intended use– Range– Typical route (return to shop?)• Direct from manufacturer or OEMconversion– Available models– Warranty / service– Cost
  7. 7. Vehicle ROI• Variables– Initial Conversion Cost• Dedicated or Dual-fuel– Miles driven per year– MPG– Fuel Savings~$2.00/gal
  8. 8. Vehicle ROI ExamplesVehicle ConversionCostMPG Miles/yr GGE/yr Payback SavingsAfterPaybackCar $9,000 25 25,000 1,000 4.5 yrs $7,000Pickup $10,000 15 30,000 2,000 2.5 yrs $16,670Garbage Truck $50,000 3 24,000 8,000 3.125 yrs $62,000Delivery Van $30,000 6 25,000 4,200 3.6 yrs $37,000Note: Does not include any grant funds or maintenance costs
  9. 9. Infrastructure ROI• Components of CNG cost– Supply Gas– Electricity– O&M– Capital Ammortization (grants)– Taxes and Tax Credits– Other incentives
  10. 10. Dane County’s CNG Station– Natural gas only– 2 hoses– Fast-fill– 100 GGE storage– 30 GGE/hr from compressor– Funding• ~$280,000 grant from SEO and WCTP• ~$42,000 from County funds
  11. 11. Cost to Produce CNGCNG w/o Grant2000 GGE/monthCNG w/o Grant5000 GGE/monthNatural Gas $0.709 $0.70Electricity $0.376 $0.22Capital $0.756 $0.30WI Taxes $0.247 $0.247Federal Taxes $0.183 $0.183Tax Credits -$0.50 -$0.50O&M $0.60 $0.60Total $2.188 $1.567
  12. 12. Dane County’s BioCNG Station• Pilot System– Biogas from landfill• 5 GGE/hr– 1 hose– Fast-fill– 40 GGE storage– Funding• All Dane County• New System– Biogas from landfill• 10 GGE/hr– Pipeline gas backup– 2 fast-fill hoses– 4 slow-fill hoses– 200 GGE storage– Funding• $150,000 from SEO
  13. 13. Old System New System
  14. 14. BioCNG Differences• Extra Capitol• Extra O&M Costs• Cheaper Gas?– Other revenue potential for gas?• RINs
  15. 15. CNG vs BioCNG ROI ResultsCNG w/o Grant BioCNG w/o GrantNatural Gas / Biogas $0.709 -Electricity $0.376 $1.04Capital $0.756 $1.974WI Taxes $0.247 $0.247Federal Taxes $0.183 $0.183Tax Credits -$0.50 -$0.50RINs - -$0.75O&M $0.60 $0.91Total $2.188 $2.921*2000 GGE/month. Breaks even at ~4000 GGE/month
  16. 16. Hurdles• Vehicle Procurement– EPA Certifications– Limited options– Delays• Fueling Stations• Training– Infrastructure & vehicle maintenance• Learning Curve– Permitting, codes, regulatory agencies, taxes,maintenance, etc
  17. 17. Other Considerations• Vehicle maintenance– Local options?– Tools and training• Building Modifications– Code compliance• Training– Technicians, drivers,Department heads, etc
  18. 18. Vehicle Performance• Dyno testing• Driver experience• Reliable• Maintenance/Service
  19. 19. Future of CNG in Dane County• Dane County - 10 yr Strategic Plan– Convert most/entire fleet to CNG– Looking for partners – fueling stations– Looking for bioCNG opportunities
  20. 20. Questions?John WelchSolid Waste Manager608-267-8815welch@countyofdane.com
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