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Maria Redmond, State Energy Office, Mark O'Connell, WI Clean Transportation Program, and Lorrie Lisek, WI Clean Cities, discuss the successful completion of the four year WCTP program.

Maria Redmond, State Energy Office, Mark O'Connell, WI Clean Transportation Program, and Lorrie Lisek, WI Clean Cities, discuss the successful completion of the four year WCTP program.

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    Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Presentation Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Presentation Presentation Transcript

    • Welcome! Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Recognition Banquet Chad Weininger, State Representative
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Maria Redmond, Wisconsin State Energy Office Mark O’Connell, WCTP Lorrie Lisek, Wisconsin Clean Cities
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program • Program Overview • Technical Challenges and Success • Outreach Efforts
    • Program Objectives • Increase use of alternative-fuel vehicles (AFVs) and advanced technology vehicles by public/private fleets to: - Reduce U.S. dependence on imported petroleum, - Increase fuel economy, and - Improve emissions, especially in non-attainment areas • Install necessary infrastructure to directly support AFVs or advanced-technology vehicles • Ensure vehicles capable of using alternative fuel do so to the greatest extent possible
    • Program Overview Timeline Barriers • Start - January 2010 • Finish - December 2013 • Vehicle delivery and deployment • Infrastructure completion • Technology availability and performance Budget Partners • Total project funding – $15,000,000 – DOE share – $17,000,000 – recipient share (via vehicle and infrastructure purchases) – $14,478 – Stripper PVE Funds • Wisconsin State Energy Office Project Lead, Reporting • Wisconsin Clean Cities - Outreach • Technical Consultant – Training, Technical Issues • 52 Public and Private fleets – vehicles and infrastructure deployment WCTP Partners will displace over 1.6 million gallons of petroleum annually!
    • Program Overview • Program portfolio includes: Solar, CNG, Propane, E85, Biodiesel, Electric, Diesel & Gasoline Hybrid-Electric, Neighborhood Electric, and Plug-In Hybrid technologies • Finalizing all US DOE approved vehicles (over 375) purchases and infrastructure installations (18) by 52 partners!
    • Project Partners Bayfield County Madison Gas & Electric Hribar (We Energies) Bestway, LLC Marquette Transit Express (We Energies) Brown County Marshfield Utilities Oconomowoc Utilities (WPPI ) Chippewa County Highway Dept. Milwaukee County Lake Mills Water & Light (WPPI) City of Bayfield Milwaukee Metro Sewerage District Kaukauna Utilities (WPPI) City of Durand Oconomowoc Transport New Richmond Utilities (WPPI) City of Madison Riteway Bus New Holstein Utilities (WPPI) City of Milwaukee Stoughton Utilities Dane County Sun Power Biodiesel, LLC City Utilities of Richmond Center (WPPI) Fox Valley Metro Police Dept. University of Wisconsin - Madison Menasha Utilities (WPPI) Jefferson County Sheriff’s Dept. We Energies WI DOA - Enterprise Services Kenosha County Paper Transport (We Energies) WI Department of Corrections Barnes, Inc. Great Lakes Community Conservation Corps Time Transport Barnes Power Equipment Milwaukee County General Mitchell International Airport UW - Oshkosh City of Monona Pope Transport Veriha Trucking Contract Transportation Services Remy Battery Co., Inc. Waste Management of Wisconsin Dart Transit Company Roehl Transport Fun Time Bounces Sheehy Mail Contractors Cedarburg Utilities (WPPI) *added in May, 2013
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Technical Successes
    • Advanced Technology and Alternative Fuel Vehicles • Worked with Argonne Laboratory to successfully address charging issues • Coordinated manufacturers’ upgrades and developed service protocol for hybrid vehicles • Developed data to be used to establish performance benchmarks for CNG fleets • Worked with fleet to develop trip-planning protocol, identifying refueling options along planned routes
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Education and Outreach WCTP featured at nearly 150 Events WCTP Vehicles featured around the State of Wisconsin
    • WCTP Project Partners in the “Spotlight”! •Partners featured on Motorweek TV •YouTube Videos •Clean Cities TV •Numerous Magazines and Newspaper Articles •National and Regional Industry Recognition
    • Project Contacts: Maria Redmond WI State Energy Office (608) 266-1521 maria.redmond@wisconsin.gov www.stateenergyoffice.wi.gov Lorrie Lisek Wisconsin Clean Cities (414) 221-4958 Lorrie.lisek@wicleancities.org www.wicleancities.org Mark O’Connell WCTP Technical Coordinator (920) 728-0181 Mark.oconnell@wisconsin.gov
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Bayfield County Barnes Power Equipment Barnes, Inc. Brown County Chippewa County Highway Department City of Bayfield City of Durand City of Madison City of Monona City Utilities of Richland Center Dart Transit Co. Florence Utilities Fox Valley Metro Police Department Fun Time Bounce Great Lakes Community Conservation Corps Hribar Kaukauna Utilities Kenosha County Lake Mills Light and Water Madison Gas and Electric • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Marquette University Marshfield Utilities Menasha Utilities Milwaukee Metro Sewerage District New Richmond Utilities Oconomowoc Transport Oconomowoc Utilities Pope Transport Remy Battery Co., Inc. Roehl Transport, Inc. Sheehy Mail Contractors, Inc. Stoughton Utilities Sun Power Biodiesel, LLC University of Wisconsin – Madison University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh Veriha Trucking Waste Management of Wisconsin, Inc. WI Department of Administration – Enterprise Services Wisconsin Department of Corrections
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants CITY OF MILWAUKEE Award: $4,415,997.26 Fleet Type: Municipal Technology: Hybrid Electric, Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles: 2 Hybrid Honda Insights, 3 Hybrid Ford Escapes, 2 CNG Crane Carrier Refuse Packers, 6 CNG Crane Carrier Recyclers, 13 Mack Refuse Packers Infrastructure: 2 CNG Refueling Stations
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants MILWAUKEE COUNTY Award: $468,000.00 Fleet Type: Municipal Technology: Hybrid Electric and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles: 35 Hybrid Electric Ford Fusions, 4 PHEV Odyne Systems Utility Trucks Infrastructure: 1 Electric Charging Station
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants CONTRACT TRANSPORT SERVICES Award: $125,000.00 Fleet Type: Private Transportation Technology: Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles: 5 CNG Freightliner Cascadlas
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants DANE COUNTY Award: $549,199.56 Fleet Type: Municipal Technology: Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles: 1 CNG Chevy Silverado, 15 CNG Ford F150s, 3 CNG Ford F250s, 5 CNG Ford F350s, 1 CNG Ford Transit Connect, 1 CNG Ford Fusion Infrastructure: CNG Fueling Station
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants GENERAL MITCHELL AIRPORT Award: $12,075.00 Fleet Type: Private Transportation Technology: Compressed Natural Gas Vehicle: 1 CNG Ford Aerotech
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants GO RITEWAY Award: $2,420,636.84 Fleet Type: Private Transportation Technology: Hybrid Electric, Compressed Natural Gas, Propane Vehicles: 3 CNG Ford E450s, 16 HE Thomas C2 Safety Liners, 31 Propane Ford E350s, 10 Propane Ford E450s, 2 HE International CE300s, 2 HE Chevy Volts Infrastructure: 1 LPG Refueling Station, 1 Electric Plug-In Station
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE Award: $144,331.06 Fleet Type: Law Enforcement Technology: Propane Vehicles: 5 Propane Chevrolet Tahoes, 13 Propane Ford Crown Victorias Infrastructure: 1 Propane Fueling Station
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants LAMERS BUS LINES, INC. Award: $457,734.00 Fleet Type: Private Transportation Technology: Hybrid Electric Vehicles: 6 HEV Thomas C2s
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants PAPER TRANSPORT, INC. Award: $937,172.00 Fleet Type: Private Transportation Technology: Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles: 23 CNG Freightliner M2112s
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants TIME TRANSPORT, INC. Award: $125,000.00 Fleet Type: Private Transportation Technology: Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles: 2 CNG Peterbilt 384s, 3 CNG Kenworth T440s
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants TRANSIT EXPRESS Award: $179,550.00 Fleet Type: Private Transportation Technology: Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles: 10 CNG Ford E350s
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants WE ENERGIES Award: $47,655.00 Fleet Type: Utility Technology: Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles: 3 CNG Chevrolet 3500s
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Participants WPPI ENERGY Award: $1,057,826.00 Fleet Type: Utility (cooperative) Technology: Hybrid Electric, Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles: 5 Hybrid Electric Eaton Utility Trucks, 2 PHEV Odyne Systems Utility Trucks, 8 Hybrid Electric Thomas Built C2 Buses
    • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Thank you for a great 4 years and being a part of the Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program!