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Aaron Stegemann MAS 2018

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Presentation for 2018 Massachusetts Sustainable Communities and Campuses Conference in Plymouth, MA

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Aaron Stegemann MAS 2018

  1. 1. APRIL 27, 2018 Low Carbon Transportation Sustainable Electric Vehicles
  2. 2. !2 Campus and Community Challenges SAFETY Protect pedestrians with phones crossing public roads Pedestrian deaths up to 16% of traffic fatalities in 2017** 2016 was warmest year on record…2017 was second* BUDGET Get more work done 
 with less money States faced revenue shortfalls in 2017 despite growing economy*** * NASA ** NHSTA *** Center on Budget and Policy SUSTAINABILITY Reduce GHG emissions from operations
  3. 3. !3 Aligned with Campus and Community Values Measurable Sustainable Impact Safe On-Road Features Sustained Cost Savings Easy to Acquire WHY? Low-speed vehicles (LSVs) support 
 cost control & sustainability initiatives
  4. 4. !4 Real Sustainability Impact
  5. 5. !5 Built for Safety Total payload up to 3,000 lbs 13” Street-Grade Tires Front Wheel Disc Brakes LED Turn Signals 
 & Brake Lights Automotive Glass Windshield High-Back Forward Facing Seats 3-pt Seatbelts Integrated Doors SAE Roof Crush Test Windshield Wiper High/Low Beam Headlights Max Speed 25 mph GEMs go where other vehicles can’t on a campus LSV’s are street legal on roads posted 35 mph or less (30 mph in MA)
  6. 6. !6 30 MPH Roads are Common on Campus GEM Approved Roads >30 MPH Roads
  7. 7. Electric Vehicle Benefits Internal Combustion Vehicles Total Cost of Ownership 0* CO2 Emissions 12,000 lbs Yes Street Legal Yes Yes Factory Made for C&U Applications No $16,780 Initial Acquisition Cost $23,950 $360 Total Annual Cost of Operation $2,820 $19,300 Total Cost/Vehicle Over 7-Year Life* $43,690 * No CO2 emissions during GEM operation. Estimate 5,000 lbs. CO2 resulting from electricity generation.
  8. 8. !8 Total Cost of Ownership UMASS-AMHERST FLEET DATA Total Combustion Fleet 352 Vehicles 50% Conversion 176 ASSUMPTIONS OTR GEM Operating Cost Maintenance & Repairs (Avg. Edmunds Est.) Battery Replacements (3 yr cycle) Fuel Cost ($2.83/gal) Brakes Replacements (2 yr cycle) Fuel Cost Inflation (3%) Electric Cost ($0.03/mile) Fuel Economy Degradation (5%) Acquisition Cost TXMAS Avg. Contract Pricing per Vehicle Type NJPA Contract Pricing per Vehicle Model Residual Value Edmunds Depreciation Estimates per Vehicle Type Estimated Resale Value Incentives N/A Acquisition Incentives CO2 TOTAL SAVINGS: 4.2M lbs University of Massachusetts Amherst Saves $1.7M over 7 Years Fleet TCO - Replacement Cycle Veh. Type Avg. Annual Operating Cost* Total
 Op. Cost Acquisition Cost Residual 
 Value TCO per Vehicle** Fleet TCO*** Sedan $4,777 $33,442 $16,500 $4,901 $45,041 $1,189,083 SUV $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Truck $4,316 $30,214 $25,302 $7,844 $47,673 $2,936,628 Combustion UTV $2,720 $19,038 $9,475 $474 $28,039 $1,233,713 Van $4,113 $28,793 $24,500 $9,033 $44,260 $1,947,442 OTR Total $3,982 $27,872 $18,944 $5,563 $33,003 $7,306,867 e4 $1,110 $7,770 $19,035 $3,807 $22,998 $890,690 e6 (SUV) $0 $0 $22,658 $0 $0 $0 eLXD $1,110 $7,770 $19,051 $2,858 $23,963 $2,183,428 GEM eM1400 LSV $1,010 $7,070 $11,409 $2,282 $16,197 $981,998 e6 (Van) $1,110 $7,770 $22,658 $4,532 $25,896 $1,550,013 GEM Total $1,085 $7,595 $18,962 $3,370 $22,264 $5,606,129
  9. 9. !9 Make a Difference! 25 Vehicles 525 Trees
  10. 10. 463,000 student population 61,000,000 pounds of CO₂ annually 5,560 estimated fleet size !10 Path to a Better Future Massachusetts College & University Fleet Overview
  11. 11. !11 Schools We’re Working With
  12. 12. !12 Next Steps Conduct a FREE Cost & Sustainability Analysis to inform your electric vehicle strategy Schedule Fleet Survey Save Money. $$$ Save the Planet!
  13. 13. THANK YOU !13

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