WISCONSIN NATURAL GAS FOR          TRANSPORTATION ROUNDTABLE             Summary & AccomplishmentsPresented By:Maria Redmo...
WI Natural Gas for Transportation                   Roundtable• Stakeholder initiative created by the State Energy Office,...
Roundtable Activities To Dateo April 11 - Governor Announces Roundtable and Advisory  Committeeo April 24 - Roundtable Kic...
Policy Discussiono Tracking vehicle Registrations to better reflect the  status of natural gas on roadwayso Natural Gas Qu...
Natural Gas Station Stats for 2012• 26 public stations• 6 private stations• 13 new stations since  January 2012MANY public...
All Public and Private Natural Gas Stations in WI
Natural Gas Projects in Wisconsin• Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program• Private initiatives• Biogas: Dane County & Jane...
WI Clean Transportation Program    Statewide Initiative funded through the    U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities      ...
Growing Interest = More Events• 4 Natural Gas events  in 2011• At least 20 Natural  Gas events in 2012• Several events  al...
Wisconsin Clean Cities Highlights•   Incredible membership growth and partnerships•   #7 of 100 coalitions in nation for p...
Agency Roles An interagency team composed of representatives of all    major regulatory agencies in Wisconsin has beenasse...
Agency Roles –  Dept. of Revenue• Wisconsin Department of Revenue - State Alternate  Fuel Tax Information   –   Definition...
Agency Roles –  Public Service Commission of WI• Regulation of Natural Gas Utilities, Infrastructure and  Rates• Contact: ...
Agency Roles – WI Dept. of Ag, Trade & Consumer Protection• Weights and measures requirements for CNG motor fuel  meters• ...
Agency Roles –  WI Dept. of Natural Resources• The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources does  not have any regulation...
Agency Roles –  WI Dept. of Safety and Professional Services• Gas System (Infrastructure) review and approvals• Building/F...
Agency Roles –    WI Dept. of Transportation•   School Bus Inspections•   Highway Signage•   Vehicle Registrations•   Frei...
Agency Roles –  WI State Energy Office• Information and programs to support clean fuels and  advanced vehicle technology p...
Questions?         Maria Redmond         Senior Analyst & Program Manager         Wisconsin State Energy Office         (6...
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WI SEO & WCC - WI Natural Gas for Transportation Roundtable: Summary & Accomplishments

  1. 1. WISCONSIN NATURAL GAS FOR TRANSPORTATION ROUNDTABLE Summary & AccomplishmentsPresented By:Maria Redmond, State Energy OfficeLorrie Lisek, Wisconsin Clean CitiesJanuary 29, 2013
  2. 2. WI Natural Gas for Transportation Roundtable• Stakeholder initiative 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: - Compressed Natural Gas (CNG - Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) - Biogas• Roundtable Objectives: - Expand Natural Gas Vehicle Infrastructure - Address Natural Gas Vehicle Availability - Identify Barriers and Policy Issues - Provide Education and Outreach - Coordinate natural gas regulatory efforts among state agencies - Promote Wisconsin as a leader in the use of Natural Gas
  3. 3. 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 WIo January 29, 2013 – Fourth Roundtable held in Wisconsin Dells
  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. Natural Gas Station Stats for 2012• 26 public stations• 6 private stations• 13 new stations since January 2012MANY public stationscurrently being planned
  6. 6. All Public and Private Natural Gas Stations in WI
  7. 7. Natural Gas Projects in Wisconsin• Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program• Private initiatives• Biogas: Dane County & Janesville
  8. 8. WI Clean Transportation Program Statewide Initiative funded through the U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities Program• 13 light-duty NGVs• 78 heavy-duty NGVs• 4 Natural Gas stations
  9. 9. Growing Interest = More Events• 4 Natural Gas events in 2011• At least 20 Natural Gas events in 2012• Several events already planned for 2013!
  10. 10. Wisconsin Clean Cities Highlights• Incredible membership growth and partnerships• #7 of 100 coalitions in nation for percent improvement in petroleum displacement• 60 events in 2012 reaching 11,000 stakeholders• Partnered to bring significant funding to Wisconsin: $15 M WI Clean Transportation Program $102,000 Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Grant Over $1.2M DOE Grant Funding for 2013 “Driving Wisconsin FORWARD”
  11. 11. Agency Roles An interagency team composed of representatives of all major regulatory agencies in Wisconsin has beenassembled to coordinate state-wide efforts to expand the use of natural gas for transportation.
  12. 12. Agency Roles – Dept. of Revenue• Wisconsin Department of Revenue - State Alternate Fuel Tax Information – Definitions for purposes of the Wisconsin alternate fuel tax. – Who pays the alternate fuel tax? – How is the alternate fuel tax paid? – Who must obtain an alternate fuel tax license? – How to properly report taxes if using a home fueling system.• Contact: Chris Roy, 608 266-7453 Christopher.Roy@revenue.wi.gov
  13. 13. Agency Roles – Public Service Commission of WI• Regulation of Natural Gas Utilities, Infrastructure and Rates• Contact: Bob Bauer, 608 266-7686 Robert.Bauer@wisconsin.gov
  14. 14. Agency Roles – WI Dept. of Ag, Trade & Consumer Protection• Weights and measures requirements for CNG motor fuel meters• Memo published April 2012, available on stateenergyoffice.wi.gov• Working with the National Conference on Weights and Measures to define a diesel gallon equivalent for LNG• Contact: Judy Cardin, (608) 224-4945, judy.cardin@wisconsin.gov
  15. 15. Agency Roles – WI Dept. of Natural Resources• The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources does not have any regulations governing the dispensing of natural gas to vehicles.• Natural gas (methane) is specifically exempted as a VOC under the regulations.• Contact: Tom Nowakowski, 608 266-8226, Thomas.Nowakowski@Wisconsin.gov
  16. 16. Agency Roles – WI Dept. of Safety and Professional Services• Gas System (Infrastructure) review and approvals• Building/Fire Codes related to indoor maintenance for natural gas vehicles• Be code specific with your questions!• Contact: Jeff Weigand, 608-267-9794 , Jeffrey.Weigand@wisconsin.gov
  17. 17. Agency Roles – WI Dept. of Transportation• School Bus Inspections• Highway Signage• Vehicle Registrations• Freight vehicle size and weights• International fuel tax agreement (IFTA) – – an agreement among the contiguous states and Canadian provinces to simplify the reporting of fuel used by motor carriers operating in more than one jurisdiction. – Persons who operate "qualified motor vehicles" are subject to IFTA licensing, reporting and record-keeping requirements unless the vehicle is exempt or a trip permit is obtained• Contact: Carolyn Amegashie,Carolyn.Amegashie@dot.wi.gov
  18. 18. Agency Roles – WI State Energy Office• Information and programs to support clean fuels and advanced vehicle technology programs• Stay Tuned: – Vehicle Incremental Cost Program – grants to cover the incremental cost of purchasing natural gas and propane vehicles – Natural Gas for Transportation Regulatory Consultant• Contact: Maria Redmond, 608-266-1521, maria.redmond@wisconsin.gov
  19. 19. 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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