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Wisconsin Clean Cities & the
U.S. EPA SmartWay Program
Clean Cities Coalitions
• Nearly 100 Clean Cities Coalitions in 45 States
• 13,000 Stakeholders Nationwide
• 775,000 AFVs ...
Building Industry
Partnerships
• Connect fleets with fuel providers and industry partners.
• Provide training and informat...
WCC Accomplishments
Gasoline Gallon Equivalents (GGE’s) - 200%+ increase in 2013
WCC Accomplishments
Significant increase in the reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emissions in 2013
Wisconsin
Clean Cities
Members &
Wisconsin
Smart Fleet
Partners
District Map
Clean Cities Portfolio of
Technologies
Alternative and Renewable Fuels
• Biodiesel
• Electricity
• Ethanol (E85)
• Hydroge...
SmartWay Program
• Missions Align
• Promotes idle reduction and fuel efficiency
methods and technologies.
• Partnering wit...
Upcoming Events
Eco-Driving Class for OTR Class 8 Trucks
March 7, 2015
Waukesha, WI
First Responder Training Courses
March...
Contact Information
Erika Noble
Co-Coordinator
(O) 414-221-4487
(C) 262-492-1809
Erika.Noble@WICleanCities.org
Wisconsin C...
SmartWay Overview
March 2015
Background
 SmartWay was jointly developed in 2004 with the Trucking
Industry to:
 Reduce fuel usage:
• Results in $ sav...
3
Changing Needs of Industry
 Customer and Consumer awareness
 Demanding corporate citizenship and accountability
 Inve...
4
How to Advance
Supply Chain Sustainability
Measure
Supply Chain
Footprint
Benchmark
Performance
Report
Results
Innovate
...
Measure
Supply Chain
Footprint
Partner Data Used to Measure Footprint
CARRIERS
 Model year & truck class
 Miles (revenue & empty)
 Gallons fuel used (...
Benchmark
Performance
Database Benchmarks Performance
Your company
vs
Your Peers
Report
Results
SmartWay used for Scope 3 Reporting
WRI-GHG Protocol
SmartWay used for Scope 3 Reporting
CDP submittals
12
Report your
Corporate Citizenship
Innovate
Operations
Innovating with Advanced Technologies
14
15
SmartWay Snapshot
Innovation with Advanced Strategies
16
Improve
Efficiency
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 20...
19
The Numbers Speak for Themselves…
 Since 2004, SmartWay Partners saved:
 51 million metric tons of CO2
 738,000 tons...
20
Continuous Improvement in
Supply Chain Sustainability
Measure
Supply Chain
Footprint
Benchmark
Performance
Report
Resul...
21
Why Register in SmartWay?
 Standardized approach to assess supply chain
efficiency and emissions
• For any business th...
22
For more information:
www.epa.gov/smartway
smartway_transport@epa.gov
SmartWay Helpline
734-214-4767
Patrice Thornton
7...
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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency SmartWay Program Overview Webinar

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Erika Noble, Wisconsin Clean Cities (WCC), gave an overview of WCC and why they became involved with the SmartWay Program. Patrice Thornton, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, discussed what the SmartWay Program is and how fleets can get involved.

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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency SmartWay Program Overview Webinar

  1. 1. Wisconsin Clean Cities & the U.S. EPA SmartWay Program
  2. 2. Clean Cities Coalitions • Nearly 100 Clean Cities Coalitions in 45 States • 13,000 Stakeholders Nationwide • 775,000 AFVs using alternative fuels and supporting infrastructure. • Averted 5.8 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions. • Displaced more than 4.5 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 • Provide Education and Outreach to decision makers fleets and the general public.
  4. 4. WCC Accomplishments Gasoline Gallon Equivalents (GGE’s) - 200%+ increase in 2013
  5. 5. WCC Accomplishments Significant increase in the reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emissions in 2013
  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 Eco-Driving Class for OTR Class 8 Trucks March 7, 2015 Waukesha, WI First Responder Training Courses March 17, 2015 Waukesha, WI First Responder Training Courses March 18, 2015 Appleton, WI First Responder Training Courses March 19, 2015 Madison, WI First Responder Training Courses March 20, 2015 La Crosse, WI NGV Technician & Fleet Training March 31, 2015 Kenosha, WI NGV Fuel System Training April 1-2, 2015 Kenosha, WI NAFA 2015 Institute and Expo April 15 - 16, 2015 Orlando, FL Green Vehicles Workshop April 21, 2015 Milwaukee, WI Fleet Management Expo May 4-6, 2015 Indianapolis, IN ACT Expo May 4-7, 2015 Dallas, Texas Waste Expo June 1-4, 2015 Las Vegas, NV International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo June 1-4, 2015 Minneapolis, MN Global Fleet Management Conference June 15-16, 2015 Miami, FL Wisconsin Clean Cities Inaugural Clean Air Golf Outing June 23, 2015 Waukesha, WI www.wicleancities.org
  10. 10. Contact Information Erika Noble Co-Coordinator (O) 414-221-4487 (C) 262-492-1809 Erika.Noble@WICleanCities.org Wisconsin Clean Cities We Energies – Public Service Building 231 W Michigan Street, P321 Milwaukee, WI 53203 www.wicleancities.org
  11. 11. SmartWay Overview March 2015
  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  Some Shippers require carriers to participate in SmartWay • Shippers need carrier data to report their carbon footprint 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 SHIPPERS  Accounting of all carriers utilized (SmartWay & non)  Total miles and/or ton-miles contracted by SmartWay carrier and non-SmartWay carriers  Activity data for amount of freight & 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 saved:  51 million metric tons of CO2  738,000 tons NOx  37,000 tons PM  120 million barrels of oil  5 billion gallons of fuel  $16.8 billion dollars in fuel costs  Equivalent to taking 10 million cars off the road for one year
  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 Patrice Thornton 734-214-4329 Kathleen Martz 734-214-4335

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