Wisconsin CleanTransportationProgramPresented by:Maria Redmond, Wisconsin State Energy OfficeLorrie Lisek, Wisconsin Clean...
• Program Overview• Technical Challenges and Success• Outreach EffortsWisconsin Clean Transportation Program
• Increase use of alternative-fuel vehicles (AFVs) andadvanced technology vehicles at public/private fleetssettings to:- R...
• Start - January 2010• Finish - December 2013• 90% complete• Vehicle delivery and deployment• Infrastructure completion• ...
Program Overview• Program portfolio includes: Solar, CNG, Propane, E85, Biodiesel,Electric, Diesel & Gasoline Hybrid-Elect...
PartnershipsBayfield County Madison Gas & Electric Hribar (We Energies)Bestway, LLC Marquette Transit Express (We Energies...
Technical SuccessesWisconsin CleanTransportation Program
Neighborhood Electric Vehicles• Recharging from multiple outlets = no wayto record total energy use• Consulted with electr...
Hybrid Utility Trucks• Performance problems• Vanishing software upgrades• Two manufacturers installing conflictingsoftware...
Argonne Labs Case Study• City of Milwaukee Natural Gas project chosen asnational example• Reported overall project progres...
CNG Shuttle Bus• Charter trip to Chicago stranded on I-94• Driver misjudged range• Worked with fleet owner to develop trip...
Wisconsin Clean CitiesDriving Wisconsin “Forward”!
Wisconsin Clean Cities “Connections”• Partner with public and private stakeholders to:– Reduce emissions– Encourage use of...
Wisconsin Clean Transportation ProgramEducation and Outreach• 36 Partners Across Wisconsin• Since 2010, WCTP has been feat...
WCTP Vehicles have been featured around theState of Wisconsin
WCTP Partners have been honored for their projects
WCTP Project Partners in the “Spotlight”!•Partners featured on Motorweek TV•YouTube Videos•Clean Cities TV•Numerous Magazi...
AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT•Deployed over 177 Light-Duty Vehicles•Deployed over 131 Heavy-DutyVehicles•Installe...
Project Contacts:Maria RedmondWI State Energy Office(608) 266-1521maria.redmond@wisconsin.govwww.stateenergyoffice.wi.govL...
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Presented by Maria Redmond, Wisconsin State Energy Office, Lorrie Lisek, Wisconsin Clean Cities, and Mark O’Connell, Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program, on May 7, 2013, at the Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program Partner Showcase in Madison, WI.

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Overview of Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program

  1. 1. Wisconsin CleanTransportationProgramPresented by:Maria Redmond, Wisconsin State Energy OfficeLorrie Lisek, Wisconsin Clean CitiesMark O’Connell, WCTP
  2. 2. • Program Overview• Technical Challenges and Success• Outreach EffortsWisconsin Clean Transportation Program
  3. 3. • Increase use of alternative-fuel vehicles (AFVs) andadvanced technology vehicles at public/private fleetssettings to:- Reduce U.S. dependence on imported petroleum,- Increase fuel economy, and- Improve emissions, especially innon-attainment area.• Install infrastructure necessaryto directly support AFVs oradvanced-technology vehicles• Ensure vehicles capable of usingalternative fuel do so to thegreatest extent possibleObjectives
  4. 4. • Start - January 2010• Finish - December 2013• 90% complete• Vehicle delivery and deployment• Infrastructure completion• Technology availability andperformance• Total project funding– $15,000,000 – DOE share– $17,000,000 – recipientshare (via vehicle andinfrastructure purchases)– $14,478 – Stripper PVEFunds• Est. Funding Received/matchedby end of SFY12– $14.4million/$16.9 millionTimelineBudgetBarriers• SEO - Project Lead, Reporting• Wisconsin Clean Cities (WCC-SEA)– Outreach• Technical Consultant – Training,Technical Issues• 36 Public and Private fleets –vehicles and infrastructuredeploymentPartnersProgram Overview
  5. 5. 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 (315) purchases andinfrastructure installations (18) by 36 partners• +more vehicles!
  6. 6. PartnershipsBayfield County Madison Gas & Electric Hribar (We Energies)Bestway, LLC Marquette Transit Express (We Energies)Brown County Marshfield Utilities Oconomowoc Utilities (WPPIChippewa 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 Cedarburg Utilities (WPPI)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 ServicesKenosha County Paper Transport (We Energies) WI Department of Corrections
  7. 7. Technical SuccessesWisconsin CleanTransportation Program
  8. 8. Neighborhood Electric Vehicles• Recharging from multiple outlets = no wayto record total energy use• Consulted with electric vehicle chargingresearchers at Argonne Labs• Purchased $30 “Kill-A-Watt” meters atMenards
  9. 9. Hybrid Utility Trucks• Performance problems• Vanishing software upgrades• Two manufacturers installing conflictingsoftware• Coordinated mfg’s upgrades, and developedservice protocol for hybrids
  10. 10. Argonne Labs Case Study• City of Milwaukee Natural Gas project chosen asnational example• Reported overall project progress and fuel use oftrucks• Final data used to establish performancebenchmarks for other CNG fleets
  11. 11. CNG Shuttle Bus• Charter trip to Chicago stranded on I-94• Driver misjudged range• Worked with fleet owner to develop trip-planning protocol, identifying optimalrefueling options along planned route• Retrained drivers to develop top-of-mindawareness of fueling habits
  12. 12. Wisconsin Clean CitiesDriving Wisconsin “Forward”!
  13. 13. Wisconsin Clean Cities “Connections”• Partner with public and private stakeholders to:– Reduce emissions– Encourage use of alternative fuelsand alternative fuel vehicles– Develop refueling infrastructure– Educate fleets, elected officials,and the general public– Develop projects and pursuefunding opportunities
  14. 14. Wisconsin Clean Transportation ProgramEducation and Outreach• 36 Partners Across Wisconsin• Since 2010, WCTP has been featured at 116Events
  15. 15. WCTP Vehicles have been featured around theState of Wisconsin
  16. 16. WCTP Partners have been honored for their projects
  17. 17. 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
  18. 18. AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT•Deployed over 177 Light-Duty Vehicles•Deployed over 131 Heavy-DutyVehicles•Installed 4 Public Alternative FuelStations•Installed 14 Private Alternative FuelStations•Upgraded one stationWill displace over 1.6 million gallons ofpetroleum annually!WisconsinOne of 25 Projects across theU.S.
  19. 19. Project Contacts:Maria RedmondWI State Energy Office(608) 266-1521maria.redmond@wisconsin.govwww.stateenergyoffice.wi.govLorrie LisekWisconsin Clean Cities-Southeast Area(414) 221-4958Lorrie.lisek@wicleancities.orgwww.wicleancities.orgMark O’ConnellWCTP Technical Coordinator(920) 728-0181Mark.oconnell@wisconsin.gov
  20. 20. Thank You!
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