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Wisconsin Clean Cities
“Driving Wisconsin Forward for 21 Years”
Maria Redmond
Director, WI Office of Energy Innovation
Source: WI Department of Revenue
• 2014 On-road diesel consumption: 794.5 million gallons
• 2014 On-road gasoline consumpt...
• Partnership between the Wisconsin State Energy
Office and Wisconsin Clean Cities and was funded
through the U.S. Departm...
WISCONSIN
SMART FLEET
PARTNERS
The list of WSF partners
continues to grow
STATEWIDE!
We currently have 31
partners in the ...
NEW WISCONSIN SMART
FLEET PARTNERS IN 2015
Trucking Company based in
Waterloo, WI
Operates 76 CNG vehicles
County Fleet ba...
WISCONSIN SMART FLEET
PARTNERS RECOGINTION
Fleets That Have Seen Great Improvement This Year!
Added a Propane, Hybrid Vehi...
WISCONSIN SMART FLEET
PARTNERS
WISCONSIN SMART FLEET
PARTNERS
THANK YOU TO OUR AGAIN
TO ALL OF OUR SPONSORS!
Advanced VTech
American Lung Association in WI
Black Dog Corporation
Cummin...
SAVE THE DATE!
It's all about improving quality of life for the people living in Wisconsin! Become a member today to help us
promote the ...
Lorrie Lisek
Executive Director
(O) 414-221-4958
(C) 219-765-4776
Lorrie.Lisek@WICleanCities.org
Erika Noble
Co-Coordinato...
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2015 Annual Stakeholder Meeting WSF Recognition Presentation

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Maria Redmond, Wisconsin Office of Energy Innovation, discusses what is happening in Wisconsin with alternative fuels and technologies. Lorrie Lisek & Erika Noble, Wisconsin Clean Cities, recognize the efforts and many successes of the Wisconsin Smart Fleet partners for reducing their dependence on petroleum-based fuels, implementing alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure, and for helping improve our air quality.

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2015 Annual Stakeholder Meeting WSF Recognition Presentation

  1. 1. Wisconsin Clean Cities “Driving Wisconsin Forward for 21 Years” Maria Redmond Director, WI Office of Energy Innovation
  2. 2. Source: WI Department of Revenue • 2014 On-road diesel consumption: 794.5 million gallons • 2014 On-road gasoline consumption: 2.61 billion gallons www.stateenergyoffice.wi.gov Wisconsin Alternative Motor Fuel Consumption - (Millions of Gallons) 2012 2013 2014 2015 (as of Sep 30) LPG 1.63 1.97 2.30 1.76 Ethanol 297.48 294.68 282.54 241.78 CNG 1.42 3.64 8.35 8.30 Wisconsin Vehicle Fuel Consumption
  3. 3. • Partnership between the Wisconsin State Energy Office and Wisconsin Clean Cities and was funded through the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) grant called “Forwarding Wisconsin’s Fuel Choice.” • Goals – Reduce the fleets carbon footprint; – Promote smart fleet branding; and – To help meet their internal economic goals. • Provide fleets with planning tools to help them outline the different options available for their specific and situations. Reduce Carbon Footprint • Learn how to reduce harmful emissions, increase energy security, and contribute toward a growing economy in Wisconsin. Meet Internal Economic Goals • Learn how to reduce dependence on petroleum-based fuels and ways to use alternative fuels and technologies. Smart Fleet Branding • Promotion and outreach are part of the program. It’s an opportunity for your company to showcase your fleet. WISCONSIN SMART FLEET PROGRAM
  4. 4. WISCONSIN SMART FLEET PARTNERS The list of WSF partners continues to grow STATEWIDE! We currently have 31 partners in the program and are looking to add more in 2016! Contact us if you are interested.
  5. 5. NEW WISCONSIN SMART FLEET PARTNERS IN 2015 Trucking Company based in Waterloo, WI Operates 76 CNG vehicles County Fleet based in Milwaukee, WI Operates 657 vehicles of which 169 are alternatively fueled Trucking Company based in Waterloo, WI Operates 102 vehicles Public University based in Milwaukee, WI Operates 134 vehicles of which 44 are alternatively fueled
  6. 6. WISCONSIN SMART FLEET PARTNERS RECOGINTION Fleets That Have Seen Great Improvement This Year! Added a Propane, Hybrid Vehicles, Idle Reduction Practices Added CNG Delivery Truck in 2015 Added 2 Propane Vehicles - Eliminated 2 Petroleum Vehicles Purchased 11 New Hybrids in 2015 Converted All Diesel Vehicles to Biodiesel Almost doubled the GGE of CNG Consumption All Diesel Vehicles Now Use Biodiesel
  7. 7. WISCONSIN SMART FLEET PARTNERS
  8. 8. WISCONSIN SMART FLEET PARTNERS
  9. 9. THANK YOU TO OUR AGAIN TO ALL OF OUR SPONSORS! Advanced VTech American Lung Association in WI Black Dog Corporation Cummins NPower Leonardo Academy MATC/Sustainability Summit Paper Transport, Inc. Sierra Monitor Corporation
  10. 10. SAVE THE DATE!
  11. 11. It's all about improving quality of life for the people living in Wisconsin! Become a member today to help us promote the use of alternative fuels, alternative fuel vehicles, advanced technology vehicles, supporting infrastructure, and related technologies. Why? Because these fuels, vehicles, and technologies contribute to better air to breathe, less reliance on petroleum, and support the nation's economy. Benefits of Joining: – Networking opportunities with fleets and industry partners that have experience in alternative fuels and advanced vehicles; – Technical training, workshops, and webinars; – Information resources on alternative fuels, advanced vehicles, idle reduction, and other technologies that reduce petroleum use; – Individual consultation and technical assistance; – Funding opportunities from the U.S. Department of Energy; – Information about funding sources from state and local government agencies, nonprofits, and foundations; – Assistance with funding applications; – Public recognition for progress in reducing petroleum consumption; and – Assistance with media outreach. GET INVOLVED WITH WISCONSIN CLEAN CITIES!
  12. 12. Lorrie Lisek Executive Director (O) 414-221-4958 (C) 219-765-4776 Lorrie.Lisek@WICleanCities.org Erika Noble Co-Coordinator (O) 414-221-4487 (C) 262-492-1809 Erika.Noble@WICleanCities.org Wisconsin Clean Cities 231 W Michigan Street, P321 Milwaukee, WI 53203 www.wicleancities.org Tim Verbeke Intern (O) 414-221-2175 (C) 262-416-8935 Tim.Verbeke@WICleanCities.org THANKS FOR ATTENDING! See You in 2016…

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