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  • 1. Saint Paul’s Green Manufacturing Initiative 2009 CERTS Conference 11 February 2009
  • 2. Vision – Sustainable Saint Paul Take proactive steps to protect our City’s air, water and urban landscape by focusing on energy-efficiency and conservation, clean energy supply, alternative fuels & vehicles, transportation options, water quality, recycling & waste reduction, reforestation and green space.
  • 3. Saint Paul’s Commitment to Reduce Carbon Dioxide (CO2)  On February 1, 2006, Mayor Coleman and City Council signed U.S. Mayor’s Climate Protection Agreement.  Reduce CO2 emissions by 20% by 2020 by increasing energy-efficiency; promoting renewable energy and alternative fuels; and reducing vehicle miles traveled
  • 4. Make St. Paul a Sustainable City Leader • Mayor Coleman appointed St. Paul’s 1st Sustainability Coordinator • “Sustainable St. Paul” Initiative • Energy retrofits on City’s worst buildings • Adoption of B3 for new City buildings • LEED-AP for key staff • Mandatory sustainability training for staff
  • 5. Green Manufacturing Mission:  To recommend policies and actions to position Minneapolis and Saint Paul as a national leaders in promoting and developing green manufacturing technologies and products while creating family supporting jobs.
  • 6. Green Manufacturing Initiative  Create development team of business leaders, labor unions, economists, elected officials, developers & environmentalists  Identify economic growth areas for green industries  Develop marketing strategy and business plan to attract new green manufacturers
  • 7. Green Manufacturing Development Team  Funds from Port Authority, Mpls, MPCA, McKnight Foundation, Xcel Energy, Rock-Tenn & Trades & Labor  Three subgroups – Renewable Energy, Green Products & Transportation
  • 8. Target Businesses for Minneapolis & Saint Paul 1. Existing manufacturers: – Expand production of green products here – Begin to produce greener products – Expand production into new lines of green products 2. New start-up ventures who can produce green products 3. New locations of existing companies now operating in other markets 4. Greening existing companies’ processes
  • 9. Local Trends in Manufacturing  Loss of Manufacturing Land  Loss of Manufacturing Jobs  Minnesota performs better than nation in manufacturing job growth  Manufacturing jobs  – still “good” jobs with average pay 11- 19% higher than other jobs
  • 10. Saint Paul Minneapolis 4th in the Nation  13% of Minnesota’s manufacturing jobs are in Minneapolis or 65,797 jobs (down 3.9% or 2,671 since September 2006  Saint Paul has 47,644 jobs, down 5.8% since a year ago  Together, Saint Paul & Minneapolis rank fourth in the nation for number of manufactures with over 2,000 plants
  • 11. Defining “Green” Manufacturing Base GREEN PROCESS, SITE, SUPPLIERS, ENERGY SOURCE & WORKERS GREEN PRODUCTS
  • 12. Green Manufacturing Oppporunities Energy Efficiency Bio-Based (insulation, HVAC Materials Bldg systems and Products controls, glass coating, PV Geo/solar thermal Renewable Energy Transport Alternative Fuels Storage/Batteries
  • 13. Growing Saint Paul’s Green Economy Build Partner- ships Attract Identify Green Market Business Niche St. Paul Green Economy Increase Remove Demand Barriers Sustainable City Leader
  • 14. Saint Paul Ford Site • Returning jobs to the site a priority • Ford Site Green Mfg Reuse Study with $100,000 from MN Depart of Commerce • Examine 5 green industry sectors • Is site a fit for any of the industries? - • Niche as a green site/green jobs hub?
  • 15. Grow Demand for Green Products and Services • Saint Paul Green Policy for New Construction (pending) – projects with $200,000+ of City funding • Solar Cities Grant ($200,000 for Saint Paul/Mpls) – goal is market transformation • Retrofits – the real growth market • Small business energy efficiency project Energy Coordinator and Xcel
  • 16. Next Steps  Follow-up on recommendations from Making It Green Minneapolis Saint report and the work with Humphrey Institute’s report on zones, strategy, finance and workforce initiatives  Tap state and other fed’l resources to accomplish targeted marketing strategy and implementation plan  Coordinate with MN Green Jobs Task Force  Work with the BlueGreen Alliance on phase II to deeper review of market sectors, develop & implement marketing plan and create model stakeholder process.
  • 17. Contact Information Anne Hunt Deputy Policy Director Mayor Coleman’s Office 390 City Hall 15 Kellogg Boulevard Saint Paul, MN 55102 651.266.8520 anne.hunt@ci.stpaul.mn.us

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