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SmartWay Overview Webinar Presentation 2.23.16

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The SmartWay® Program is a public-private initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution created by freight transportation in corporate supply chains.

Presenters included:
- Tim Verbeke, Wisconsin Clean Cities
- Patrice Thornton, SmartWay Program
- Joel Hirschboeck, Kwik Trip

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SmartWay Overview Webinar Presentation 2.23.16

  1. 1. Wisconsin Clean Cities & The U.S. EPA SmartWay Program
  2. 2. Clean Cities Coalitions • Nearly 100 Clean Cities Coalitions in 45 States • 18,000 Stakeholders Nationwide • 643,000 AFVs using alternative fuels and supporting infrastructure. • Averted 5.8 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions. • Displaced more than 7.5 billion gallons of petroleum since 1993. • On track to reduce petroleum use by 2.5 billion gallons ANNUALLY by 2020!
  3. 3. Building Industry Partnerships • Connect fleets with fuel providers and industry partners. • Provide training and information. • Provide technical assistance. • Develop Projects • Pursue Funding Opportunities • Biofuels Retail Advancement in Wisconsin Transportation (BRAWT) – USDA Funded • Provide Education and Outreach to decision makers fleets and the general public.
  4. 4. WCC Accomplishments Significant increase in the reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emissions in 2014 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 70,000 80,000 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 GHG's Reduced (tons)
  5. 5. WCC Accomplishments Gasoline Gallon Equivalents (GGE’s) 0 5,000,000 10,000,000 15,000,000 20,000,000 25,000,000 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 GGE's Reduced
  6. 6. Wisconsin Clean Cities Members & Wisconsin Smart Fleet Partners District Map
  7. 7. Clean Cities Portfolio of Technologies Alternative and Renewable Fuels • Biodiesel • Electricity • Ethanol (E85) • Hydrogen • Natural Gas • Propane Fuel Economy • Fuel Efficient Vehicles • Driving Habits • Vehicle Maintenance Idle Reduction • Technologies • Behavioral Changes Trip Elimination • Telecommuting • Ridesharing
  8. 8. SmartWay Program • Missions Align • Promotes idle reduction and fuel efficiency methods and technologies. • Partnering with fleets in order to aid them in their fuel reduction efforts. • Stakeholders Involvement
  9. 9. Upcoming Events Work Truck Show March 1-4, 2016 Indianapolis, IN Sustainability Summit & Exhibition March 13-15, 2016 Milwaukee, WI NAFA Institute & Expo April 19-22, 2016 Austin, TX ACT Expo May 2-5, 2016 Long Beach, CA Clean Cities Green Drive$ Conference & Expo May 19, 2016 Naperville, IL NGV Technician & Fleet Training May 24, 2016 Chicago, IL CNG Fuel System Inspector Training May 25, 2016 Chicago, IL 2nd Annual Clean Air Golf Outing June 16, 2016 Lake Geneva, WI International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo June 20-23, 2016 Milwaukee, WI Heavy-Duty NGV Maintenance & Diagnostics Training September 27-28, 2016 Chicago, IL Heavy-Duty NGV Maintenance & Diagnostics Training + CNG Fuel System Inspector Training September 27-30, 2016 Chicago, IL www.wicleancities.org
  10. 10. Contact Information Tim Verbeke Intern (O) 414-221-2175 Tim.Verbeke@WICleanCities.org Wisconsin Clean Cities We Energies – Public Service Building 231 W Michigan Street, P321 Milwaukee, WI 53203 www.wicleancities.org Lorrie Lisek Coordinator (O) 414-221-4958 (C) 219-765-4776 Lorrie.Lisek@WICleanCities.org
  11. 11. Discover the Hidden Value in Your Supply Chain Presentation for WI Clean Cities February 23, 2016
  12. 12. Background  SmartWay was jointly developed in 2004 with the Trucking Industry to:  Reduce fuel usage: • Results in $ savings, reduced dependence on foreign fuel  Reduce emissions: • Use less fuel, produce less emissions. Good for us, good for our children  Improve the reputation of the industry • Trucking has made great strides in efficiency and cleaner operation  Improve the efficiency and competitiveness of American Industry 2
  13. 13. 3 Changing Needs of Industry  Customer and Consumer awareness  Demanding corporate citizenship and accountability  Investor, Lender and Insurer requirements  Assessing climate risk and business opportunities  Rising and volatile energy prices  Fuel and driver wages continue to be largest cost centers for truck carriers  Globalization of supply chains  Increasing global opportunities and global competition  Other countries’ carbon reporting requirements
  14. 14. 4 How to Advance Supply Chain Sustainability Measure Supply Chain Footprint Benchmark Performance Report Results Innovate Operations Improve Efficiency
  15. 15. Measure Supply Chain Footprint
  16. 16. Partner Data Used to Measure Footprint CARRIERS  Model year & truck class  Miles (revenue & empty)  Gallons fuel used (& types)  Annual Idle Hours  “Cube Out” Percentage  Average Payload tons  Average Capacity Volume  % Capacity Utilization  Short Haul vs. Long Haul  Road Types  Speed Categories LOGISTICS/SHIPPERS  Total miles and/or ton-miles contracted by SmartWay carrier and non-SmartWay carriers  Activity data for amount of freight and distance  North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code(s)  Optional data on operational, mode shift strategies
  17. 17. Benchmark Performance
  18. 18. Database Benchmarks Performance Your company vs Your Peers
  19. 19. Report Results
  20. 20. SmartWay used for Scope 3 Reporting WRI-GHG Protocol
  21. 21. SmartWay used for Scope 3 Reporting CDP submittals
  22. 22. 12 Report your Corporate Citizenship
  23. 23. Innovate Operations
  24. 24. Innovating with Advanced Technologies 14
  25. 25. 15 SmartWay Snapshot
  26. 26. Innovation with Advanced Strategies 16
  27. 27. Improve Efficiency
  28. 28. Improve Efficiency & Generate Savings 2.2 4.2 5.9 17.3 27.9 38.9 51.6 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 MetricTonsofCO2in Millions 2007 to 2013 Performance Trends
  29. 29. 19 The Numbers Speak for Themselves…  Since 2004, SmartWay Partners have eliminated:  72.8 million metric tons of CO2  1,458,000 tons NOx  72,000 tons PM  170.3 million barrels of oil  $24.9 billion dollars in fuel costs  This is equivalent to the annual energy use of over 6 million homes.
  30. 30. 20 Continuous Improvement in Supply Chain Sustainability Measure Supply Chain Footprint Benchmark Performance Report Results Innovate Operations Improve Efficiency
  31. 31. 21 Why Register in SmartWay?  Standardized approach to assess supply chain efficiency and emissions • For any business that ships, carries or receives goods • Adopted by industry leading corporations  Designed with and for the freight sector • Delivers solutions to marketplace needs and challenges • Voluntary and no-cost  Proven marketing benefits • Shippers identify greener carriers • Carriers gain competitive advantage for leading shippers  Credible, neutral data oversight • EPA oversees data quality assurance and control  Strengthens brand equity to investors, customers • Carbon assessment, corporate responsibility
  32. 32. 22 For more information: www.epa.gov/smartway smartway_transport@epa.gov SmartWay Helpline 734-214-4767
  33. 33. SmartWay Program Kwik Trip / Convenience Transportation, LLC. Joel Hirschboeck
  34. 34. Kwik Trip, Inc. Convenience Transportation, LLC.  May 1965, first store opened in Eau Claire  HQ in La Crosse, WI  Currently over 475 locations  Family Owned and Operated  16,000 Co-workers  Fleet Operations  160 HD vehicles  Maintain over 1000 pieces of equipment  Haul bulk petroleum and instore items  150 LD maintenance and retail vehicles
  35. 35. Our View - The SmartWay Program  The SmartWay® Program is a public-private initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution created by freight transportation in corporate supply chains.  Broad based program  Carriers, Vendors, and OEMs  Shippers  Partner Account Manager
  36. 36. The SmartWay Program – Carriers & Vendors/OEMs  Carrier  SmartWay reporting tool provides guidance for continuous improvement  Offers YOY results based on raw performance data of the fleet.  Truly captures the improvements of what you are doing, not just what you are doing to improve.  Performance based data analysis – fuel type, fuel used, miles drive, % loaded, class of vehicle, etc.  Provides a peer group to benchmark with  Reefer, Dry Van, Flatbed, Expedited, Mixed, Etc.  Vendor/OEM  SmartWay Certified products  Wide based tires, aero packages, etc.  The purchase decision is based on Fleet Fit and no longer contingent on technology results
  37. 37. The SmartWay Program - Shipper  What draws a shipper to SmartWay carriers  Shows the level of sophistication of the carrier  Drives competitive rates  Fuel efficiency improvements  Alternative fuel options  Improves reliability in delivery  SmartWay Carriers have stable IT technical logistics systems  SmartWay Carriers operate newer model year equipment  SmartWay Carriers have sound maintenance practices
  38. 38. The SmartWay Program– Resources  Online Tools and Information  Performance Measurement and Reporting  Partner Account Manager  A consultative resource for the program and your strategy  Provides feedback and input if results are out of expectation
  39. 39. Thank You Joel Hirschboeck – Alternative and Commercial Fuels: • JHirschboeck@KwikTrip.com • 608-793-6034 • www.kwiktrip.com

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