Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Smart Fleets of the Future:
Status and Future ofTransportation
FuelTechnologies in Wisconsin
Maria Redmond
Wisconsin State...
WI Dependence on Fossil Fuels
Source: WI State Energy Office
Source: WI State Energy Office
*includes biodiesel blends
** Includes all ethanol blends
Wisconsin Alternative Motor Fuel ...
Wisconsin’s Fuels Portfolio
• Ethanol Blends (E85, E25 and E15)
• Biodiesel (B5, B20, B100)
• Natural Gas (CNG, LNG, Bioga...
Biofuels - E85 and Biodiesel Stations
• Energy Security
• Environmental Stewardship
• Economic
Benefits
Biofuels - E85 and Biodiesel Stations
• VehicleTechnology
• Infrastructure
• Economics
Challenges
WI State RegisteredVehicles
Fuel Type Registered Vehicles*
Unleaded 5,870, 356
Diesel 404, 565
Ethanol (E85) Flexible Fuel...
Biofuels - E85 and Biodiesel Stations
E85 = 134
Biodiesel
(B20 and
above)= 6
Biofuels
Natural Gas Station & Vehicles Stats
• Currently 63 Public
& Private CNG Stations
• 1 public LNG Station
• 2 Biogas Statio...
Propane Stations
Source: Alternative Fuels Data Center
• 54 public
• 3 private
Propane Stations
ElectricVehicle Charging Sites
Source: Alternative Fuels Data Center
• 154 public and
23 private
electric stations
• 258 p...
State Programs to
Support Advances
inTransportation
Fuels andVehicles
NEW! ForwardingWisconsin's Fuel ChoiceForwarding WI’s Fuel Choice Program
• Goal to expand alternative fuels by
- Expandin...
Transportation Roundtables
• Stakeholder initiatives created by the
State Energy Office, WI Clean Cities and
an advisory g...
Continued Growth in WIFuture Opportunities
• Ongoing partnerships:
- Creates a knowledge base,
- Wider acceptance of advan...
Questions?
Maria Redmond
Senior Analyst & Program Manager,
Transportation Fuels
Wisconsin State Energy Office
(608) 266-15...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Wisconsin State Energy Office Presentation - 2015 Green Vehicles Workshop & Showcase

486 views

Published on

Maria Redmond, Wisconsin State Energy Office, gave an overview of the status and future of transportation fuel technologies in Wisconsin for the 12th Annual Green Vehicles Workshop held on April 21, 2015 at the Milwaukee Area Technical College.

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Wisconsin State Energy Office Presentation - 2015 Green Vehicles Workshop & Showcase

  1. 1. Smart Fleets of the Future: Status and Future ofTransportation FuelTechnologies in Wisconsin Maria Redmond Wisconsin State Energy Office GreenVehicles Workshop and Showcase April 21, 2015
  2. 2. WI Dependence on Fossil Fuels Source: WI State Energy Office
  3. 3. Source: WI State Energy Office *includes biodiesel blends ** Includes all ethanol blends Wisconsin Alternative Motor Fuel Consumption - (Gallons) 2012 2013 2014 Gasoline 2,506,855,973 2,471,425,893 2,617,177,389 Diesel* 764, 051,012 726,368,777 794,579,193 Ethanol** 297,489,262 294,683,626 282,549,370 CNG 1,421,804 3,646,398 8,350,632 LPG 1,633,047 1,971,833 2,302,541 LNG 87,547 229,954 270,653 Wisconsin Fuel Consumption
  4. 4. Wisconsin’s Fuels Portfolio • Ethanol Blends (E85, E25 and E15) • Biodiesel (B5, B20, B100) • Natural Gas (CNG, LNG, Biogas) • Propane Autogas (LPG) • Hybrid Electric • Plug-In Hybrid Electric • Electric • Hydrogen Source: Alternative Fuels and Biofuels Use Report 2013 WI Fuels Portfolio
  5. 5. Biofuels - E85 and Biodiesel Stations • Energy Security • Environmental Stewardship • Economic Benefits
  6. 6. Biofuels - E85 and Biodiesel Stations • VehicleTechnology • Infrastructure • Economics Challenges
  7. 7. WI State RegisteredVehicles Fuel Type Registered Vehicles* Unleaded 5,870, 356 Diesel 404, 565 Ethanol (E85) Flexible Fuel 351,581 Hybrid Electric 29,865 Propane (LPG) 186 Compressed Natural Gas 5,759 Electric 309 Source: *As of December 2014, State Energy Office/DOT Registration Database
  8. 8. Biofuels - E85 and Biodiesel Stations E85 = 134 Biodiesel (B20 and above)= 6 Biofuels
  9. 9. Natural Gas Station & Vehicles Stats • Currently 63 Public & Private CNG Stations • 1 public LNG Station • 2 Biogas Stations Source: Alternative Fuels Data Center
  10. 10. Propane Stations Source: Alternative Fuels Data Center • 54 public • 3 private Propane Stations
  11. 11. ElectricVehicle Charging Sites Source: Alternative Fuels Data Center • 154 public and 23 private electric stations • 258 public and 51 private charging outlets Electricity for Vehicles
  12. 12. State Programs to Support Advances inTransportation Fuels andVehicles
  13. 13. NEW! ForwardingWisconsin's Fuel ChoiceForwarding WI’s Fuel Choice Program • Goal to expand alternative fuels by - Expanding accessibility to alternative fuels off highways; - offer training for first responders, public safety officers, and permitting officials; - Would with fuel retailers to understand and address barriers, and - assist public fleets in developing and implementing petroleum reduction strategies and policies.
  14. 14. Transportation Roundtables • Stakeholder initiatives created by the State Energy Office, WI Clean Cities and an advisory group of businesses from across the state to provide information and identify opportunities to expand the use of alternative transportation fuels. www.stateenergyoffice.wi.gov
  15. 15. Continued Growth in WIFuture Opportunities • Ongoing partnerships: - Creates a knowledge base, - Wider acceptance of advanced vehicle technologies fuels, and - Secure funding • Creative Address availability and limitations of technology – both infrastructure and vehicles • Sound public policy to support development efforts • SEO will continue to develop programs to support alternative fuels efforts
  16. 16. Questions? Maria Redmond Senior Analyst & Program Manager, Transportation Fuels Wisconsin State Energy Office (608) 266-1521 Maria.Redmond@Wisconsin.gov

×