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Truckstop Electrification Project

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  • 1. Truck Stop Electrification (TSE) Project
    Kate Miller LEED AP
    Cascade Sierra Solutions
    July 22, 2011
  • 2. The CSS Mission
    CSS identifies, promotes and finances technology to save fuel and reduce pollution from the legacy fleet of trucks.
  • 3. CSS Strategies
    • EPA SmartWay Upgrades
    • 4. Truck Replacement
    • 5. Truck Stop Electrification (TSE)
  • Truck Stop Electrification
    • CSS establishing national network of 50 truck stops
    • 6. Grants for 20% off plug-in equipment
    • 7. Reduces fuel consumption from idling engines and TRUs
    • 8. Saves approx. 1 gallon/hr
  • Technology Mix for Rebates
    Shore power kits 1300
    APUs w/SPC 850
    Battery HVAC systems 650
    Evaporative coolers 175
    Engine heat recovery systems 425
    Trailer cold plates 425
    TRUs with electric standby 600
    E-hybrid TRUs 600
  • 9. 22 Vendor Partnerships
    Equipment Alliances
  • 10. Business Case
    • Trucks typically use 20,000 gallons of fuel annually
    • 11. Compared to 500 gallons for a car
    • 12. Shore Power can reduce fuel consumption by 8% on average or 1,600 gallons a year
  • Business Partners
    • Energy vending machine
    • 13. Pedestals
    • 14. Service and a Product
  • •Transformational technology
    •Currently selecting sites
    •Infrastructure + on-board equipment
    •Signing up “green” first-mover fleets
    •Supported by energy, transportation and air quality agencies
    Business Opportunities
  • 15. Why Hasn’t it Happened?
    • Trucks are not designed to plug in
    • 16. There are over 2 million trucks
    • 17. Fuel surcharges
    • 18. Not enough places to plug in
    • 19. Resistance to change, momentum
  • 20. Regulation Effective
    ANTI –IDLING LAWS NATIONALLY
  • 21. Market Trends
    • Freight industry is in high growth mode
    • 22. Oregon - Freight will double by 2035
    • 23. New Trucks Orders up 70%
  • TSE Users
    • 65% of trucks – small business
    • 24. 97% of companies own 20 trucks or less
  • Summary
    • TSE is a transformational anti-idling strategy
    • 25. Fifty sites should grow to 250 sites by 2020
    • 26. 5,000 trucks should move to 100,000 trucks by 2020
    • 27. Annual diesel savings of 8,000,000 gallons in 2014 to move to 100,000,000 gallons per year by 2020
  • Contact Info
    Cascade Sierra Solutions
    103608 N. Vancouver Way
    Portland, OR 97217
    (541) 852 4339
    kmiller@cascadesierrasolutions.org
    www.CascadeSierraSolutions.org

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