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Presented at a CTEP workshop in Knoxville, TN on July 13, 2011.

Presented at a CTEP workshop in Knoxville, TN on July 13, 2011.

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  • 7/13/2011 ETCleanFuels: Cl l Partnerships for Action  Partnerships for ActionJuly 13, 2011 – CTEP WorkshopJuly 13, 2011 – l khJonathan Overly,ETCleanFuels 1
  • 7/13/2011Agenda1. Who is ETCleanFuels?2. What We Do & Why We Do It3. Example Fuel‐by‐fuel Snapshots of Work in ET, TN, beyond  CNG Tennessee Team for NGVs CNG – Tennessee Team for NGVs  Biodiesel & E85 work – public stations collaboration  Cellulosic Ethanol – Supply Chain (partner)  The EV Project – EVSE, conversions (partner)  Propane collaborations, too ETCleanFuels’ 2011 Founding Partners: l l’ d 2 2
  • 7/13/2011JustJ ta littlefib…Charlie Daniel, Knoxville News NewsSentinel,published 8/3/10 3 3
  • 7/13/2011Who is ETCleanFuels?Who is ETCleanFuels? 10 year old nonprofit in East TN 501(c)3 10‐year old nonprofit in East TN, 501(c)3 Designated member of U.S. DOE Clean Cities Program (~90) Focused on transp. sector change:                                                 diversify away from oil & use less! y y 4 4
  • 7/13/2011What Does ETCleanFuels Do?What Does ETCleanFuels Do? Support East Tennessee fleets Support East Tennessee fleets Direct fleet & fuel supplier meetings Hold regional (Knox., Chatt., Tri‐Cities) meetings Workshops & presentations; adult & K‐12 education, write  multiple state or regional newsletters Look for partnership opportunities Collaborate on grants  ‐ EPA, DOE, CMAQ, others 5 5
  • 7/13/2011Two ETCleanFuels PublicationsTwo ETCleanFuels Publications TN Clean Fuels Advisor ‐ free, mailed newsletter SE Fuels Fix         Ezine (online) ( ) www.FuelsFix.com 6 6
  • 7/13/2011K‐12 School PresentationsK‐12 School Presentations • Presentations focus on relaying the basics & Presentations focus on relaying the basics &  importance of alt fuels and fuel economy • ’06‐’07 & ’07‐’08 = 700‐1,700 reached • ’ ’ ’08‐’09 = 3,600 students reached d h d • ‘09‐’10 = 4,990 students reached • ‘10‐’11 = 10,000  students reached! 10 11  10,000+ students reached!• “1st Graders for Clean Fuels” ‐ hits all 5 of the          senses through an interactive presentation senses through an interactive presentation• “Clean Fuels Jeopardy!” a hit!• “The Oil Timeline” for younger kids 7 7
  • 7/13/2011Petroleum PricesPetroleum Prices 8 8
  • 7/13/20119 9
  • 7/13/2011U.S. Addiction to Oil – Think Long‐termU S Addiction to Oil – Think Long term 10 10
  • 7/13/2011Tennessee Team for NGVs…Cross‐state CollaborationC C ll b i Partnership of TN Clean Cities, TN Gas Association & other organizations  to advance NG as transportation fuel in the state Have several items on 1‐year agenda: legislative, education… One potential vision ‐ In 2015 ‐‐ our teamwork produced a                               total 10 public stations, 4 major markets l bli i j k 11 11
  • 7/13/2011TN E85 & B20 Stations  Building AccessTN E85 & B20 Stations – Building Access E85 stations – 33 public stations  B20 stations – 32 public stations (most public B20 in U.S.)Most biofuel stations thanks to state funding, ETCleanFuels work, or stations alone. 12 12
  • 7/13/2011Getting smart – Let  emGetting smart – Let ‘em Know State (through TDOT) offers highway incentive program: If station will place “E85” (or “B20”) on their logo sign,  TDOT will erect the blue “biofuel” signs… on all 4 exit signs 13 13
  • 7/13/2011(Not policy, but partnership + progress)I‐75 Green Corridor ProjectI 75 G C id P j Add 10 E85 & 15 B20 public Add 10 E85 & 15 B20 public  pumps @ 200 mile intervals Enable driving all the way from  g y Sault Ste. Marie, MI to Miami, FL   on your biofuel 1 786 il 1,786 miles – will be the longest  ill b th l t biofuels corridor in U.S. Displace 1.7+ MGY of petroleum p p Proposed I‐40 last year… didn’t  win 14 14
  • 7/13/2011Building a Biomass Industry in TNBuilding a Biomass Industry in TN www.GeneraEnergy.net gy www.UTbioenergy.org Demonstration Scale Cellulosic Ethanol Biorefinery Demonstration Scale Cellulosic Ethanol Biorefinery Switchgrass farmer incentive program Biomass Innovation Park Biomass Innovation Park Biomass Technology demonstrations Tennessee Biomass Supply Co‐op Seed production capacity 15 15
  • 7/13/2011Demonstration Scale Cellulosic Ethanol Biorefinery f y• Collaboration between Genera Energy and DuPont Danisco Cellulosic Ethanol (DDCE)• Vonore, Tennessee: Niles Ferry Industrial Park, Monroe County, 32 acre site• 250,000 GPY demo plant and Process Development Unit (PDU) pilot plant• Optimized as precursor to commercial facility; long‐term operation as R&D facility• Started operations December 2009• Multiple feedstocks: cob & switchgrass Copyright 2010, Genera Energy LLC, NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION py g , gy , 16 16
  • 7/13/2011Tennessee Switchgrass Experience•    Contracting with local farmers to produce 6,000  acres of switchgrass – Nearly 3,000 acres harvested in 2009 – Added >3,000 acres in 2010 – 1,000 acres improved varieties•   UT/Genera contract with local farmers – ~$450/ / f 3 ~$450/ac/yr for 3 years – They provide seed, technical expertise – Separate storage contracts – Yield‐based component in 2010•   Averaging about 8 tons/ac by 3rd year – Harvesting ~2 tons in year 1 – ~5 tons in year 2 – ~8 tons year 3 and beyond ~8 tons year 3 and beyond 17 17
  • 7/13/2011Switchgrass Contract FarmsCumberland Knox Roane Loudon Blount Rhea Biorefinery Vonore Meigs Monroe McMinn • 2008 SFIP Contract • 2009 SFIP Contract Bradley • 2010 SFIP Contract Polk Copyright 2010, Genera Energy LLC, NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION 18
  • 7/13/2011 Hear from the farmer himself -Switchgrass videos @ GeneraEnergy net ! GeneraEnergy.net 19 19
  • 7/13/2011The EV Project  TN is a Unique Partner!The EV Project – TN is a Unique Partner! 20 20
  • 7/13/2011The EV Project The EV Project – Nationwide 14,650 Level 2 (220V) Chargers 310 DC Fast‐Chargers 40+ Project Partners 5,700 Nissan LEAF Cars & 2,600 Chevrolet Volt Cars 5,700 Nissan LEAF Cars & 2,600 Chevrolet Volt Cars 16 Major CitiesPLUS… 1,200 New Jobs by 2012 5,500 New Jobs by 2017 21 21
  • 7/13/2011The EV Project  Locations in TNThe EV Project – Locations in TN Hardware “footprint boundary design” 3 major cities, plethora of connected, smaller cities 22 22
  • 7/13/2011The EV Project  What s Coming to TNThe EV Project – What’s Coming to TN 1,000 Residential Charging Stations (Level 2 – 220V) • Installed at “home” of each LEAF purchased 1,200 Commercial Chargers (Mostly Level 2; 60 “DC Fast Chargers”) • Installed at strategic business parking lots 150 Public Chargers bl h • For public use at municipally‐owned locations (airports, parking garages) 1,000 LEAFs , • Private Drivers • Commercial/                                                                                                                   Municipal Fleets 23 23
  • 7/13/2011Adding DC Fast Charging at ETPAdding DC Fast Charging at ETP No contract in place, but expected to                 be an approved “EV Project” DC Fast                  Charge location 25 min. “refuel” for Nissan LEAF 25 min.  refuel for Nissan LEAF Enabling corridor travel for pure EVs Plugs in here 24 24
  • 7/13/2011The EV Project  Solar ChargingThe EV Project – Solar Charging Unique in project to  Unique in project to Tennessee! TVA SMART Station  – “Smart Modal Smart Modal  Area Recharge  Terminal” 125 total in TN 125 total in TN Level 2 charging Specific locations  (ORNL, EPRI, others) (ORNL EPRI others) Storage = solar‐ powered!! 25 25
  • 7/13/2011Crossville s Eco Travel Plaza ‐Crossville’s Eco Travel Plaza ‐ TSE (One example of idle reduction action or technology) Goal = Cleaner, healthier place for truckers Goal = Cleaner healthier place for truckers Providing 50 electrified spaces for HD trucks Reducing emissions by 70‐99% Adding solar!! • Roof‐top • 35 kW system • Will offset much of the initial                                    TSE usage to zero pollution!!Intent – work on more transportation                                        projects that are EV that include solar! 26 26
  • 7/13/2011TSE Equipment added in Crossville TSE Equipment added in CrossvilleShorepower units                                       AireDock units 27 27
  • 7/13/2011Idle‐Free TennesseeIdle‐Free Tennessee School focused idle reduction plan for all School‐focused idle reduction plan for all  drivers Discuss with county/muni. school leaders,  board;  talk to principal, PTA Meet with school bus drivers, applaud their  efforts; discuss opp. for healthier kids through  ; pp g increasing idle reduction efforts; ask to sign  pledge! Post signs & provide info at schools Post signs & provide info at schools Knox County underway; into other counties 28 28
  • 7/13/2011[  This will be posted to SlideShare. ][ This will be posted to SlideShare ] “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail.” and leave a trail.” ‐ Ralph Waldo EmersonJonathan OverlyJonathan Overly www.ETCleanFuels.org jgoverly@utk.edu 865 974 3625 865‐974‐3625 Follow me on Twitter  F ll T itt – “jgoverly” 29 29