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Includes an overview of Clean Cities in the U.S. and in the southeastern states, and project examples that are reducing diesel emissions.

Includes an overview of Clean Cities in the U.S. and in the southeastern states, and project examples that are reducing diesel emissions.

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Clean Cities & Reducing Diesel Emissions

  1. 1. TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. SEDC 11th Annual Partners Meeting – 9/28/16 Jonathan Overly,  ETCleanFuels Clean Cities & Reducing Diesel Emissions > Project Examples… & What’s Coming
  2. 2. TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. SEDC 11th Annual Partners Meeting – 9/28/16 Jonathan Overly,  ETCleanFuels Clean Cities & Reducing Diesel Emissions > Project Examples… & What’s Coming
  3. 3. 3 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. Agenda  Brief Clean Cities Introduction – Where, Who, Impact  Three example Southeastern Projects   Three Up‐and‐Coming Fuels, Technologies TNCleanFuels’ 2016 Platinum Members:
  4. 4. 4 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. It’s All About the Partnerships What does CTR do? CTR promotes the safe and efficient  movement of people and goods throughout the region and  across the world.  One of their focuses is to “Contribute to the development and  implementation of new transportation technologies.” 
  5. 5. 5 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. What is Clean Cities? Clean Cities advances the  nation's economic,  environmental, and energy  security by supporting local  actions to reduce petroleum  consumption in  transportation. A national  network of nearly 90 Clean  Cities coalitions bring together stakeholders in  the public and private sectors  to deploy alternative and  renewable fuels, idle‐ reduction measures, fuel  economy improvements, and  emerging transportation  technologies.
  6. 6. 6 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. Southeastern Clean Cities
  7. 7. 7 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. Southeastern Clean Cities Coordinators
  8. 8. 8 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time.  14‐year old nonprofit in East TN, 501(c)3 • 2 full‐time staff, several interns • Became Designated member of U.S. DOE Clean Cities Program in 2004 • Contract with UT Knoxville for staffing & office space • 1 of 2 Clean Cities coalitions in Tennessee  Helps Fleets Save $$$ & Reduce petroleum use Who is ETCleanFuels?
  9. 9. 9 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. Clean Cities National Impact 7.5 Billion GGEs 1994‐2014; surpassed 1 Billion GGEs in 2015 alone.
  10. 10. 10 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. Clean Cities National Impact
  11. 11. 11 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. Southeastern Examples  Propane school buses  CC‐G ARRA project  Class 8 NG trucks Southeastern Project Examples & What’s Up and Coming? What’s Coming?  Renewable diesel  Terminal TSE  Electric Yard Dogs
  12. 12. 12 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. 1/3 – Southeastern Project Examples:  Propane School Buses   Propane school buses are a natural  fit; removes headaches   Almost 10,000 propane school  buses on U.S. roads today, over  9,000 of those are BB/ROUSH  MANY school districts are seeing  the MANY advantages of propane  Right propane price equals great  ROI Mobile County Public School System – Started with 30 propane school buses in 2014
  13. 13. 13 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. 2/3 – Southeastern Project Examples:  DeKalb County/Metro. ATL AF and Adv. Tech. Project  The region gained:  a landfill gas conversion facility to produce renewable energy at a DeKalb  County landfill,  five publicly accessible Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling stations, &   one upgraded CNG station to accommodate additional CNG fueling  capacity.  More than 200 alternative fuel and                                                                             advanced technology vehicles have also                                                                     been deployed by Metro Atlanta‐based                                                                companies, as well as city and county                                                                    governments.
  14. 14. 14 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. 3/3 – Southeastern Project Examples: NG in Class 8  CNG growing w/ cost savings, incentives &  partnerships  Large car manufacturers looking for cost and  environmental impact reductions SADI – Southeast AFV Demo Initiative ‐ Showcasing propane + CNG vehicles in NC, SC and TN; Mainstay class 8 in project
  15. 15. 15 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. 1/3 – What’s coming?  Renewable Diesel  Three main producers in the World:  Neste, REGI, Diamond Green (Valero)  A true drop‐in fuel – no changes or cleaning to systems  West Coast experience is it relieves many aftertreament problems Fleets adopting renew. diesel:   CA:  Sacramento & Contra  Costa Counties, Carlsbad   OR:  Corvalis, Eugene Water  & Electric Board  NYC:  Starting test
  16. 16. 16 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. 2/3 – What’s coming?  Terminal Truck Stop Electrification (TSE)   TSE has been mostly focused on  truck stops over the past decade  plus, but is seeing growth in  trucking company terminals  Offers less‐costly option, quiet  sleep and power/amenities  Covenant Trucking – Completed  installation of 20 units last year  thanks to U.S. EPA Region 4 grant,  and usage is growing!
  17. 17. 17 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. 3/3 – What’s coming?  Electric Terminal Trucks   100% electric Class 8 EVs for container handling operations  Both new and remanufactured options Capital intensive, but…    zero tailpipe emissions, Significantly reduced noise in an  Already noisy area, and  ROI proven in CA fleets.
  18. 18. 18 TNCleanFuels.org Reducing oil dependence one fleet at a time. Jonathan Overly  www.TNCleanFuels.org  jonathan@etcleanfuels.org  865‐974‐3625 Thank you SEDC! Follow us on  Facebook,  Twitter &  Instagram  – “TNCleanFuels”

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