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Green Fleet Presentation

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Green Fleet Education Session - Storm Water Pollution Prevention 8.10.16

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Green Fleet Presentation

  1. 1. Clean Cities / 1 South Shore Clean Cities Inc. Carl Lisek Executive Director South Shore Clean Cities
  2. 2. Clean Cities / 2 Department of Energy Clean Cities Program Clean Cities Mission To advance the energy, economic, and environmental security of the U.S. by supporting local decisions to reduce petroleum use in transportation. • Sponsored by the DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy's Vehicle Technologies Office • Established in 1993 in response to the Energy Policy Act (EPACT) 1992 • Companion program to the EPACT mandates requiring certain fleets to acquire AFVs (Federal, State, and Fuel Provider Fleets) • Provides a framework for businesses and governments to work together as a coalition to enhance markets • Major Emphasis: Deployment of alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies (i.e. vehicles and fueling infrastructure) • Program Goal: Reduce U.S. petroleum use by 2.5 billion gallons per year by 2020
  3. 3. Clean Cities / 3 Alternative Fuels and Vehicles • Biodiesel • Electricity • Ethanol (E85) • Hydrogen • Natural gas • Propane Fuel Blends • Biodiesel/diesel blends (B2, B5, B20) • Ethanol/gasoline blends (E10) • Hydrogen/natural gas blends (HCNG) Clean Cities Program Portfolio of Technologies Hybrids • Light- and Heavy-duty HEVs • PHEVs Fuel Economy • Fuel efficiency • Behavioral changes • Vehicle maintenance initiatives • Vehicle miles traveled (VMT) Idle Reduction • Heavy-duty trucks • School buses • Truck stop electrification
  4. 4. Clean Cities / 4 The Clean Cities Model
  5. 5. Clean Cities / 5 ~ 100 coalitions serving 80% of the US population ~ Thousands of stakeholders from businesses, city/state governments, transportation industry, community based organizations, utilities and fuel providers Local Community Partnerships: National Network of Coalitions
  6. 6. Clean Cities / 6 IMPACT: Northern IN Petroleum & GHG Emission Reduction Achieved in 2014 In 2012 South Shore Clean Cities was recognized by DOE Clean Cities for the: • Greatest Increase in Biodiesel Fuel Use & • Top Overall Improvement in Petroleum Savings. S o u t h S h o r e C l e a n C i t i e s , I n c . N O R T H E R N I N D I A N A
  7. 7. Clean Cities / 7 Northwestern Indiana Green Fleet Program GOAL: Outreach/Education and Programs to reduce transportation related emissions and improve air quality and reduce barriers to the adoption of alternative fuels throughout Indiana! APPROACH •ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT •Heater pilot program (School & Transit) •Developing Green Fleet program in several pilot communities, Businesses (fleet audits and developing plans for greening fleets) OUTREACH/EDUCATION •Events •Webinars •Green Radio Network radio show •Trainings
  8. 8. Clean Cities / 8 Midwest DRIVES Initiative Midwest DRIVES offers fleets opportunities to test a range of alternative fuel vehicles in day-to-day operations. The initiative includes: • FREE demos of alternative fuel vehicles (including CNG, Propane, Hybrid, EV, Efficiency and Biofuel vehicles in light, medium, and heavy-duty applications) • FREE data logging on demo vehicles provided by FleetCarma (vehicle performance metrics to guide your decisions) • FREE case studies & analysis comparing alternative fuel vehicles vs. conventional vehicle performance on your routes, with your drivers • Technical support & resources from industry experts and experienced Clean Cities Coalition staff in Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
  9. 9. Clean Cities / 9 The Green Radio Network “A Green Network for a Greener Tomorrow” The Green Radio Network promotes green projects across the United States and focuses on current topics for the environment. The intent of the program is to enhance overall understanding of green projects and programs while conversing about all of their potential benefits.  
  10. 10. Clean Cities / 10 SSCC’s 4th Annual Clean Air Golf Outing 5 REASONS YOU NEED TO ATTEND ONE... TWO... THREE... FOUR... FIVE... Network with individuals who are driving Indiana ‘s sustainable transportation forward Leave the course feeling like a winner with goodie bags, prizes, and silent auction bids Celebrate the successes achieved by our members and partners and learn how you can create your own success story! Test out your golf game at the beautiful Innsbrook Country Club Be part of the largest clean air golf outing event in the Midwest Don’t miss out on this great opportunity! When: Tuesday, September 27, 2016 Where: Time: Price: Check-in begins 10:30 am CST Lunch Starts 11:30 am CST Shotgun Start 12 pm CST Dinner Starts at 5 pm CST $100 Per Person $30 for dinner only Innsbrook Country Club 6701 Taft St. Merrillville, IN 46410
  11. 11. Clean Cities / 11 Coming up Next… “A Green Network for a Greener Tomorrow” Driving Efficiency Workshop for Over the Road Trucks WHEN: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 WHERE: Fair Oaks Farms 856 N. 600 E. | Fair Oaks, IN 47943 TIME: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Central Time (Lunch will be provided) During this workshop, you will hear from truck users on the technologies they have implemented on their vehicles and how you can take advantage of idle reduction and fuel efficient savings. There is no charge to participate, and all are welcome to attend.
  12. 12. Clean Cities / 12 Coming up Next… “A Green Network for a Greener Tomorrow” Stormwater Pollution Prevention August 13, 2016 – Green Radio Network Segment on AM 1420 WIMS 1:00 pm CDT | Guest: John Johnson, Stoops Freightliner August 25, 2016 – WEBINAR: PEV Market Trends, SMART Charging and Renewables 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CDT August 27, 2016 – Green Radio Network Segment on AM 1420 WIMS 1:05 pm CDT | Guest: David Lain, Former Porter County Sheriff September 16, 2016 – National Drive Electric Week Electric Vehicle Open House 11:00 am – 2:00 pm CDT | NIRPC, 6100 Southport Road | Portage, IN September 27, 2016 – SSCC 4th Annual Clean Air Golf Outing 12:00 pm CDT Shotgun Start | Innsbrook Country Club | 6701 Taft St. | Merrillville, IN October 1, 2016 – Household Hazardous Waste Collection 9:00 am – 2:00 pm CDT | Porter County Expo Center | 215 E. Division Rd. | Porter County, IN October 12, 2016 – Green Fleet Education Session: Trucking Efficiency Workshop 10:00 am – 2:00 pm CDT | Fair Oaks Farms | 856 N. 600 E. | Fair Oaks, IN
  13. 13. Clean Cities / 13 How can you get involved? “A Green Network for a Greener Tomorrow” Become a Member Today Join over 150 other like minded companies in the quest to green your fleet and reduce emissions. How Can you Help Complete our Puzzle? Corporation Small Business Non-profit Government Healthcare Municipality University You Belong Here! Individual
  14. 14. Clean Cities / 14 For More Information Clean Cities Website: www.cleancities.energy.gov Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center: www.afdc.energy.gov Fuel Economy: www.fueleconomy.gov South Shore Clean Cities 9800 Connecticut Drive Crown Point, IN 46307 Office: (219) 644-3690 info@southshorecleancities.org www.southshorecleancities.org S o u t h S h o r e C l e a n C i t i e s , I n c . N O R T H E R N I N D I A N A

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