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Wisconsin Natural Gas for Transportation RoundtableRoundtable IntroductionSummary of last meeting &accomplishments to date...
WI Natural Gas for Transportation                   Roundtable• Stakeholder initiative organized by the SEO and WI Clean C...
2012 Roundtable Activities To Dateo April 11 - Governor Announces Roundtable and Advisory  Committeeo April 24 - Roundtabl...
Policy Discussiono Tracking vehicle Registrations to better reflect the  status of natural gas on roadwayso Natural Gas Qu...
NG Station Stats for 2012• 22 public stations• 7 private stations• 3 public stations being  planned• 11 new stations since...
All Public and Private Natural Gas Stations in WI
NG Projects in Wisconsin• Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program• Private initiatives• Biogas: Dane County & Janesville
WI Clean Transportation Program• 15 light-duty NGVs• 77 heavy-duty NGVs• 4 NG stations
Private Initiatives•   Paper Transport•   Kwik Trip•   U.S. Venture (GAIN Clean Fuel)•   Trillium HD
Biogas Projects• Dane County - landfill• City of Janesville – wastewater
Growing Interest = More Events• 4 NG events in 2011• At least 20 NG  events in 2012
Alternative Fuel Initiatives AffectWisconsin Clean Cities• Incredible membership growth and new  partnerships  – 14 member...
Questions?         Maria Redmond         Senior Analyst & Program Manager         Wisconsin State Energy Office         (6...
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Introduction: Roundtable Issues Captured and Accomplishments to Date

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Presented by Maria Redmond, State Energy Office, and Lorrie Lisek, Wisconsin Clean Cities, on October 23, 2012 at the 3rd Wisconsin Natural Gas for Transportation Roundtable.

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Introduction: Roundtable Issues Captured and Accomplishments to Date

  1. 1. Wisconsin Natural Gas for Transportation RoundtableRoundtable IntroductionSummary of last meeting &accomplishments to datePresented By:Maria Redmond, State Energy OfficeLorrie Lisek, Wisconsin Clean Cities
  2. 2. WI Natural Gas for Transportation Roundtable• Stakeholder initiative organized by the SEO and WI Clean Cities to promote the use of the following natural gas vehicle fuels in WI: - Compressed Natural Gas (CNG - Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) - Biogas-derived CNG and LNG• Main Objective: A neutral forum to - Expand Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure - Expand Natural Gas Vehicle Availability - Identify Problem Areas and Policy Needs - Provide Education and Outreach - Coordinate natural gas regulatory efforts among state agencies
  3. 3. 2012 Roundtable Activities To Dateo April 11 - Governor Announces Roundtable and Advisory Committeeo April 24 - Roundtable Kickoff Event in Madisono April 25 - Interagency Workgroup Meetingo May - Natural Gas Portal Added to SEO Websiteo July 19 - Second Roundtable Event in Appletono September 19 – Policy Subgroup meeting heldo Oct 23 – Third Natural Gas for Transportation Roundtable Heldo Ongoing – Meetings with state agencies and development of guidelines/checklists to support further natural gas for transportation growth in WI
  4. 4. Policy Discussiono Tracking vehicle Registrations to better reflect the status of natural gas on roadwayso Natural Gas Quality Standardso Regulations - SPS340 – Training Requirement for Consumers to be able to refuel at stations throughout state - Building Code requirements for Upgrading Maintenance Facilities - Taxation for individual users who fuel at homeo Financial Incentives
  5. 5. NG Station Stats for 2012• 22 public stations• 7 private stations• 3 public stations being planned• 11 new stations since January 2012
  6. 6. All Public and Private Natural Gas Stations in WI
  7. 7. NG Projects in Wisconsin• Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program• Private initiatives• Biogas: Dane County & Janesville
  8. 8. WI Clean Transportation Program• 15 light-duty NGVs• 77 heavy-duty NGVs• 4 NG stations
  9. 9. Private Initiatives• Paper Transport• Kwik Trip• U.S. Venture (GAIN Clean Fuel)• Trillium HD
  10. 10. Biogas Projects• Dane County - landfill• City of Janesville – wastewater
  11. 11. Growing Interest = More Events• 4 NG events in 2011• At least 20 NG events in 2012
  12. 12. Alternative Fuel Initiatives AffectWisconsin Clean Cities• Incredible membership growth and new partnerships – 14 members in 2010 – 42 members in 2011 – 60+ members in 2012
  13. 13. Questions? Maria Redmond Senior Analyst & Program Manager Wisconsin State Energy Office (608) 266-1521 Maria.Redmond@Wisconsin.gov Lorrie Lisek Executive Director Wisconsin Clean Cities (414) 221-4958 Lorrie.Lisek@WICleanCities.org

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