Meet ROUSH CleanTech - BNA Airport Pres.

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A Roush team came through Middle Tennessee and helped out with a school bus presentation at Central States Bus and an airport presentation at BNA, the Nashville airport. This presentation is from the airport and covers the related vehicle offerings that Roush has in addition to a good overview of propane as a transportation alternative fuel.

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Meet ROUSH CleanTech - BNA Airport Pres.

  1. 1. Nashville International Airport December 1, 2011
  2. 2. Corporate Overview • Privately Held • Founded in 1976 • Over 3,300 employees worldwide • Primary Activities: Engineering, Testing, Prototyping and Manufacturing
  3. 3. Corporate Overview Corporate Wheel of Capability
  4. 4. What We Are Best Known For
  5. 5. Alt Fuels Experience
  6. 6. WHAT IS PROPANE AUTOGAS? Clean. Domestic. Abundant. Safe.
  7. 7. What Is Propane Autogas?Clean – 24% reduction in Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions – 20% reduction in Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) emissions – 60% reduction in Carbon Monoxide (CO) emissionsDomestic – 90% of propane used in U.S. comes from U.S. – 7% of propane used in U.S. comes from CanadaAbundant – Most refueling infrastructure of any alternative fuel – Major natural gas shale found in northeast U.S. Propane Molecule – Powers over 17 million vehicles worldwide (C3H8)Safe – Low pressure (~ 200 psig) – Narrow flammability range – Fuel tanks are 20 times more puncture resistant than gasoline
  8. 8. Refueling InfrastructureOn-Site Refueling: Ford Michigan Assembly Plant (MI) Positive Connections (MN) Shell (AZ) Portland Schools(OR) ROUSH CleanTech (MI) Prosper Schools (TX)
  9. 9. FLEET RESEARCH:What Do Fleet Managers Want In An Alternative Fuel Vehicle Solution?
  10. 10. Fleet ResearchReduced Operating Costs – Propane autogas costs ~ 40% less than gasoline – Significant tax credits availableReliability – Five years in development – Significant engineering & testing – EPA, CARB, NHTSA, FMVSS 2011 Micro Bird G5Performance – Horsepower, torque, towing capacity unchanged
  11. 11. Fleet ResearchWarranty & Serviceability – Ford warranty coverage goes unchanged – Ford alt. fuel prep package – Uses standard Ford diagnostic equipmentPositive Environmental Impact Ford Diagnostic Equipment – 24% reduction in Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions – 20% reduction in Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) emissions – 60% reduction in Carbon Monoxide (CO) emissions
  12. 12. System OverviewFuel Rail Assembly – Fuel Rails – Fuel Injectors – Injection Press. / Temp. SensorFuel Line Assembly – Fuel Lines – Flow Control Solenoid 2011 Ford E-450 DRW Cutaway Fuel SystemFuel Tank Assembly Powertrain Control System – Fuel Tank – PCM Calibration – Fuel Pump – Wiring Harness – Fuel Level Sensor
  13. 13. System OverviewOperating Range – Under-body tanks: 200 – 250 miles – In-bed Tanks: 450 – 500 miles – Factory fuel gauges work with system ROUSH CleanTech E-450 Under-Body TankFuel Availability – Over 3,000 public fueling stations – Infrastructure available for little to no cost Skid-Mounted Refueling Station
  14. 14. Performance 2011 Ford E-250 w/ 5.4L V8 Engine
  15. 15. Field Service NetworkNational Footprint to Support CustomersTraining Program Includes – System overview – Service diagnostics – Repair procedures – Warranty claim process – Service manual review – Contact informationContact: Lisa McCall 734-466-6214 Lisa.McCall@roush.com
  16. 16. PRODUCT OVERVIEW:Pickups | Vans & Wagons | Cutaway Vans
  17. 17. Product Overview – Vans & WagonsFord E-150 / E-250 / E-350 Model Years: 2009 – 2012 Engine Size: 5.4L V8 (2V) Applications: All cargo configurations All passenger configurations Single rear wheel cutaway Tank Sizes: Mid-Ship: 25 gallons In Vehicle: 46 gallons Order Availability: Ford Ship Through Conversion Kits Certification: EPA CARB
  18. 18. Product Overview – Vans & WagonsFord E-450 DRW Cutaway Model Years: 2009 – 2012 Engine Size: 6.8L V10 (2V) Applications: Dual rear wheel cutaway 5-speed auto transmission Tank Sizes: Aft-Axle: 41 gallons Order Availability: Ford Ship Through Conversion Kits Certification: EPA CARB
  19. 19. Product Overview - PickupsFord F-250 / F-350 Model Years: 2012 Engine Size: 6.2L V8 (3V) Applications: All bed lengths All cab except chassis cab All axle configurations Tank Sizes: In-Bed: 55 gallons Under-Bed: 23 gallons Order Availability: Available July 2012 Ship Through Conversion Kits Retrofit 2009 – 2010 5.4L Certification: EPA CARB
  20. 20. Product Overview - FutureFord F-450 / F-550 6.8L V10 (3V)Ford F-650 6.8L V10 (3V) Ford F-450 / F-550Ford F-59 / F-53 Strip Chassis 6.8L V10 (3V)Ford Transit Connect Ford F-59 TBD PowertrainFord F-150 TBD Powertrain Ford Transit Connect
  21. 21. RETURN ON INVESTMENT:A Positive Return, Even Without Government Incentives
  22. 22. Savings Calculator 2012 Ford E-450 Cutaway
  23. 23. Emissions Calculator 2012 Ford E-450 Cutaway
  24. 24. State Incentives Alt Fuels & Advanced Vehicles Data Center A website maintained by the U.S. Department of Energy that lists incentives for propane autogas and other alternative fuels state-by- state. http://www.afdc.energy.gov/afdc/fuels/propane_laws.html
  25. 25. Demonstration VehiclesROUSH CleanTech Demo Units – Located around the U.S. – Vehicles available: • E-series Cargo Vans • E-series Passenger Vans • E-series Cutaway Vans • F-series Pickup Trucks – Contact us for details – 800.59 ROUSH
  26. 26. Case Study – King County, WAIndustry: GovernmentLocation: Seattle, WAVehicles: 2010 Ford F-250 Pickup Trucks 2010 Ford F-350 Pickup Truck 2010 Ford E-250 Cargo Van PICTURE COMING SOONBy The Numbers (9 vehicles): – 11,200 fewer gallons of gasoline year – 77,280 fewer lbs of CO2 / year – $15,338 reduction in fuel costs / year “For the driver, it’s pretty much seamless other than you fill up at a propane tank instead of a gas dispenser. Range is approximately the same and fuel economy is approximately the same. A big advantage is that with the federal rebate being offered on propane autogas fuel, the cost of fuel is currently considerably less than the price of gasoline. So right now that’s a big advantage.” - Robert Toppen, Equipment Supervisor
  27. 27. Case Study – Super ShuttleIndustry: Airport Transportation / Shared-RideLocation: Arizona’s Phoenix Sky Harbor International AirportVehicles: 35 2011 Ford E-350 15-passenger vans 25 units added August 2011By The Numbers per van: – 10,000 fewer gallons of gasoline / year – 300,000 fewer lbs of CO2 / year – $14,500 savings / year “The switch to propane autogas technology was the smart thing to do. We are seeing tremendous fuel savings. By making the switch to propane autogas, our drivers are not only saving money and lowering our dependence on foreign oil, but reducing carbon emissions by the ton, and that is something they can feel good about”. - Ken Brooks, National Purchasing Manager
  28. 28. The ROUSH CleanTech DifferenceFord’s Premier Advance Power Train Engineering CompanyOver 35 Years of Engineering Experience – CNG – Electric / Electric Hybrid – HydrogenRigorous Customer Research and DevelopmentSeamless Customer Experience – Serviceability – Warranty coverageClean & Green – Lower emissions – Lower operating costs – Proven technology
  29. 29. CONTACT US: 800.59.ROUSHROUSHcleantech.com Melissa Cox Fleet Sales - Transportation 734.679.7638 Melissa.Cox@roush.com

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