Annual Stakeholder Meeting Presentation

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Each year WCC recognizes the efforts and many successes of it's members for reducing their dependence on petroleum-based fuels, implementing alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure, and for helping improve our air quality. Also, this year we will be recognizing our Wisconsin Smart Fleet partners and celebrating our 20th year as a coalition!

Transcript of Annual Stakeholder Meeting Presentation

  • WELCOME

    December 9, 2014 CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF

    DRIVING WISCONSIN FORWARD

    2014

    WISCONSIN

    CLEAN CITIES

    ANNUAL

    STAKEHOLDER

    MEETING

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities

    December 9, 2014 CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF

    DRIVING WISCONSIN FORWARD

    Special Congratulations

    Senator Ron Johnson

    and

    Senator Tammy Baldwin

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities

    CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF

    DRIVING WISCONSIN FORWARD

    GEORGE STONE

    WISCONSIN

    CLEAN CITIES

    BOARD OF

    DIRECTOR

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities

    2014 A Year in Review

    December 9, 2014 Lorrie Lisek WCC Executive Director

  • Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program

    Successfully completed December 31, 2013

    $15 million in funding from ARRA, $17 million in cost share

    Displaced 2.26 million gallons of petroleum (January 2010 December 2013)

    377 alternative fuel/advanced technology vehicles

    19 private and 3 public alternative fuel stations

    150 outreach events reaching over 19,000 members of the public

    Wisconsin Clean Cities 5

    WCC Projects

  • Forwarding Wisconsins Fuel Choice $500,000 DOE grant funded project

    Partnership with WI State Energy Office and WI State Technical College System

    Lake Michigan Corridor Alternative Fuel Implementation Initiative $700,000+ DOE grant funded project Regional partnership Gas Technology Institute and the Lake Michigan Consortium

    (Wisconsin, Chicago, and Northern Indiana Clean Cities Coalitions)

    Wisconsin Clean Cities 6

    Current Projects

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities 7

    Current Projects cont.

    Eco-Driving for Class 8 Over-the-Road Trucks (CMAQ Funds) Partnership with WI Department of Natural Resources and Waukesha

    County

    Technical College

    Natural Gas for Transportation Roundtables Partnering with the Wisconsin State Energy Office

    Electric Vehicle Task Force Working with DOE Workplace Charging Program

    Fleet Manager Training Partnering with University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

    Winter Webinar Series Partnering with South Shore Clean Cities to present

    a series of clean cities topic webinars

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities 8

    WCC Accomplishments

    WCC

    Membership

    Continues to

    Grow

    STATEWIDE!

    81 Members

    STRONG!

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities Members

    Advanced VTech American Lung Association in Wisconsin

    AmeriGas ANGI Energy Systems

    Barnes Green Energy, Inc. BioCNG, LLC. - Cornerstone Environmental Black Dog Corporation

    Blu. (Transfuels, LLC.) Boehlke Bottled Gas Corporation Bradlee Fons Brian Buckta

    Central Steel & Wire

    Charter Fuels, Inc. Chippewa County Economic Dev. Corporation CHS, Inc. City of Beloit City of Milwaukee City of Port Washington Police Department

    City of Prairie du Chien City of West Allis Clean Energy Fuels Corporation

    Contract Transport Services, LLC. County of Washburn

    Cummins NPower, LLC.

    Dane County Dept. of Public Works Hwy & Transp. Diesel Outfitters Dr. George Corliss Dual Fuel Systems, Inc.

    DUECO, Inc. Dwayne Johnson & Associates Dynamic Recycling

    E. H. Wolf & Sons, Inc. Endpoint Solutions Corporation

    Espar ET Environmental Corporation EVO CNG

    GAIN Clean Fuel George Stone

    Go Riteway Transportation Group

    Harters Quick Clean-Up Hug Filtersystems

    Wisconsin Clean Cities 9

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities Members

    Paper Transport, Inc. Probe Alternative Fuel Services PST Cylinders, LLC

    Remy Battery Co. Robert Behling ROUSH CleanTech

    Sargento Foods Schlossmann Automotive Group

    Sheehy Mail Contractors, Inc. Skinner Transfer Corporation

    Thermo/Cense, Inc. Tim Glynn Time Transport, Inc.

    Transit Express, Inc. Truck Country Freightliner

    Veolia Water Milwaukee, LLC. Veriha Trucking, Inc. We Energies

    Wisconsin Bus Sales, LLC. Wisconsin Propane Gas Association Wisconsin Public Service Corporation

    Inland Power Group International Motorwerks, Inc. Interstate Energy, LLC dba Como Oil & Propane

    Jeff Bach

    Jeff Deutschlander

    Kwik Trip, Inc.

    Lisa Geason-Bauer Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores

    Madison Gas & Electric Madison Truck Equipment, Inc. MCC, Inc. Michels Corporation Midwest Green Solutions, LLC.

    Milwaukee County Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District

    Northern Battery

    Odyne Systems, LLC. Outagamie County

    Outpost Natural Foods

    Wisconsin Clean Cities 10

  • 2014 - 428 Public and Private Alternative Fueling Stations 27% increase over 2013

    Wisconsin Clean Cities 11

    A State of Fuel Diversity!

    Wisconsin Alternative Fuel Stations

    Fuel Type 2014 2013

    CNG Compressed natural gas 59 &

    (4 planned) 44

    LNG Liquefied natural gas 1

    (3 planned) 1

    Electric Chargers 174 121

    Propane 55

    (1 planned) 53

    Biodiesel 6 4

    E85 133 115

  • Gasoline Gallon Equivalents (GGEs) - 200%+ increase in 2013

    Wisconsin Clean Cities 12

    WCC Accomplishments

  • Significant increase in the reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emissions in 2013

    Wisconsin Clean Cities 13

    WCC Accomplishments

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities 14

    Special Report

    We interrupt this presentation for a special

    announcement...

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities 16

    Clean CitiesCelebrating two decades of change

    NEW DECADENEW LOOK!

    DRIVING WISCONSIN FORWARD.

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities 17

    Wisconsin Clean Cities Board of Directors

    Executive Board

    Craig Fischer Co-Chair

    Dual Fuel Systems

    Mary Smarelli Co-Chair

    Transit Express

    Jerry Medinger Treasurer

    American Lung Association

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities 18

    Wisconsin Clean Cities Board of Directors

    Board Members

    Jeffrey Bach American Diesel System

    Katrina Bell ANGI Energy Systems

    Matthew Carr Cummins NPower

    Ruanna Hayes Kwik Trip

    Matt Jarmuz Odyne Systems, LLC.

    Bryan Nudelbacher GAIN Clean Fuel

    Bob Reagan We Energies

    Jeff Shefchik Paper Transport

    George Stone Milwaukee Area Technical College

    Jeff Tews City of Milwaukee

    Auxiliary Board Members

    David Hagopian-Advanced Vtech Michael Moeller Remy Battery

    Carrie Kratz Contract Transport Svcs. Lisa Morris Time Transport

    Jaime Mendez AmeriGas Thomas Schee International Motorwerks

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities 19

    Driving Wisconsin Forward!

    Wisconsin Clean Cities Annual

    Stakeholder Meeting

    Approval of 2015 Board of Directors

    Approval of 2015 Annual Operating Plan

    Approval of 2015 Budget

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities 20

    Wisconsin Clean Cities

    Annual Stakeholder

    Awards

    Forward Fleet Awards

    Leadership Awards

    Service Award

    Cornerstone Award

  • FORWARD FLEET AWARD #5 Petroleum Displacement

    GO RITEWAY

    TRANSPORTATION GROUP

    Displaced more than 190,000 gasoline gallon

    equivalents and over 430

    tons of greenhouse gases.

  • FORWARD FLEET AWARD #4 Petroleum Displacement

    VERIHA TRUCKING

    Displaced more than 420,000 gasoline gallon

    equivalents and over 790

    tons of greenhouse

    gases.

  • FORWARD FLEET AWARD #3 Petroleum Displacement

    TIME TRANSPORT, INC.

    Displaced more than 510,000 gasoline gallon

    equivalents and over 970

    tons of greenhouse gases.

  • FORWARD FLEET AWARD #2 Petroleum Displacement

    KWIK TRIP, INC.

    Displaced more than 750,000 gasoline

    gallon equivalents and

    over 1,400 tons of

    greenhouse gases.

  • FORWARD FLEET AWARD #1 Petroleum Displacement

    PAPER TRANSPORT, INC.

    Displaced more than 1.4 million gasoline gallon

    equivalents and over 2,700

    tons of greenhouse gases.

  • LEADERSHIP AWARD CITY OF MILWAUKEE

    900+ alternative fuel vehicles, which has displaced more

    than 55,000 gasoline gallon

    equivalents and over 320 tons

    of greenhouse gases.

  • LEADERSHIP AWARD Outstanding Leadership in Fuel Economy Improvements

    SKINNER TRANSFER

    CORPORATION

    Displaced more than 74,000 gasoline gallon equivalents and over

    920 tons of greenhouse gases

    through implementation of trailer

    aerodynamic packages to improve

    fuel economy.

  • LEADERSHIP AWARD Outstanding Leadership in Vehicle Miles Traveled Reduced

    TRANSIT EXPRESS

    Displaced more than 18,000 gasoline gallon equivalents and

    over 220 tons of greenhouse

    gases by using mass transit to

    reduce the amount of vehicle

    miles traveled.

  • LEADERSHIP AWARD

    CONTRACT TRANSPORT SERVICES

    Displaced more than 80,000 gasoline gallon equivalents and over 150 tons of

    greenhouse in 2013. They are currently

    expanding their fleet to include

    Compressed Natural Gas (have 15

    CNG vehicles currently) and are

    partnered with the EPA as a SmartWay

    Affiliate to help reduce greenhouse gas

    emissions, curb air pollution, and

    improve fuel efficiency for sustainability.

  • LEADERSHIP AWARD Small Fleet Innovation Award

    PORT WA