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PREPARING NORTH TEXAS FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES. 2010 Energy Efficiency and Conservation Summit and Fair July 17, 2010. Jenny Danieau North Central Texas Council of Governments. NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS. North Central Texas Ozone Nonattainment Area*.

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PREPARING NORTH TEXAS FOR

ELECTRIC VEHICLES

2010 Energy Efficiency and Conservation Summit and Fair

July 17, 2010

Jenny Danieau

North Central Texas Council of Governments


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NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

North Central Texas Ozone Nonattainment Area*

* Based on 2006 – 2008 Air Quality Data. EPA will not designate areas as nonattainment on these data, but likely on 2008 – 2010 data which are expected to show improved air quality.


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NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

Emissions Reduction Control Strategies

Identify and Quantify Strategies

  • Control strategy catalog

  • On-road mobile source responsibility

    Implement Local Air Quality Projects

  • Transportation Control Measures (TCM)

  • Voluntary Mobile Emission Reduction Program (VMEP)

  • Other Local Programs

  • Monitor SIP Commitments

    • Mobile Source Emissions Reduction Database

    • Transportation Control Measure Substitution


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    NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

    2009 Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) Inventory

    Area: 44 tons

    Point: 61 tons

    (10%)

    (13%)

    Biogenic: 52 tons

    (12%)

    Non-Road Mobile: 107 tons

    On-Road Mobile: 184 tons

    (41%)

    (24%)

    Source: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality


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    NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

    2009 Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Inventory

    Point:

    On-Road Mobile:

    34 tons (3%)

    92 tons (9%)

    Non-Road Mobile:

    38 tons (4%)

    Area:

    180 tons (18%)

    Biogenic:

    On-Road Mobile: 184 tons

    Non-Road Mobile: 107 tons

    642 tons (66%)

    (41%)

    (24%)

    Source: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality


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    NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

    1-Hour Ozone Historical Trend

    Highest Number of Exceedances at any Given Monitor

    Attainment Goal *

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    Consecutive 3-Year Periods

    *Attainment Goal - According to the US EPA National Ambient Air Quality Standards, attainment is reached when there are no more than 3 exceedances per monitor within a consecutive 3-year period. An exceedance occurs when the ozone concentration ≥ 125 parts per billion averaged over a one hour period.

    Source: NCTCOG Transportation Dept


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    NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

    8-Hour Historical Trend

    Highest Average

    at any Given Monitor (ppb)

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    1997 Standard < 85 ppb*

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    2008 Revised Standard = 75 ppb

    2010Standard Reconsideration: 60-70 ppb**

    Consecutive 3-Year Periods

    * 2010 Attainment Goal - According to the US EPA National Ambient Air Quality Standards, attainment is reached when, at each monitor, the three-year average of the annual fourth-highest daily maximum 8-hour average ozone concentration is less than 85 parts per billion (ppb).

    ** Primary Ozone Standard is currently under reconsideration by the EPA and will likely be revised in August 2010 to between 60 and 70 ppb.

    Source: NCTCOG TR Dept


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    NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

    Highest 2009 Ozone Season Day

    Air Quality Index colors represent the current 1997 8-hour ozone standard thresholds

    Source: TCEQ www.tceq.state.tx.us/cgi-bin/compliance/monops/ozone_animation.pl


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    NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

    Air Quality Projects and Programs

    Biogenic: 642 tons

    On-Road Mobile: 184 tons

    Non-Road Mobile: 107 tons

    (66%)

    (41%)

    (24%)


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    ELECTRIC VEHICLES NORTH TEXAS

    Program Outline

    • PHASES for 2010

    • Phase I (January, February, March)

    • Phase II (April, May, June)

    • Phase III (July, August, September)

    • Phase IV (October, November, December)

    Introduced Technologies

    Project Goals

    Milestones

    Deliverables

    Local Fleets Recharging Infrastructure

    Public Recharging Infrastructure

    Home Recharging Infrastructure

    Education, Outreach and Marketing

    Project Plan

    Plug-In Vehicles

    Implement Infrastructure


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    ELECTRIC VEHICLES NORTH TEXAS

    Stakeholder Group

    Local Governments:

    City of Arlington

    City of Burleson

    City of CarrolltonCity of Dallas

    City of Forest Hill

    City of Fort Worth

    City of Garland

    City of Haltom City

    City of Irving

    City of Kaufman

    City of Plano

    City of Richardson

    City of Rowlett

    Dallas Police Department

    Town of Westlake

    Dallas Fort Worth International Airport

    Rockwall Independent School District

    Regional Transportation Authorities:

    Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)

    North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA)

    Utility and Communications:

    Duncan Power

    Energy Future Holdings Corporation

    Oncor Electric Delivery Company LLC

    Reliant Energy

    TXU Energy

    Universities:

    University of Texas at Arlington

    Southern Methodist University

    Texas A&M University

    University of Texas

    Other:

    29 Private and Non-Profit Representatives


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    NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

    Regional Travel

    • 40 to 50% of daily commute trips

    • made within the region are less than

    • five (5) miles (one way)

    • Less than 10% of daily commute trips

    • are greater than 15 miles (one way)

    Percent Daily Trips (%)

    Trip Length (Miles)


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    NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

    Regional Residential Densities


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    NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

    Regional Employment Densities


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    ELECTRIC VEHICLES NORTH TEXAS

    Regional Age of Housing

    Building Codes

    Age of Building Stock

    Minimum Standard


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    ELECTRIC VEHICLES NORTH TEXAS

    Transit/Park and Ride Locations


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    ELECTRIC VEHICLES NORTH TEXAS

    Infrastructure Points


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    ELECTRIC VEHICLES NORTH TEXAS

    Infrastructure Points


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    ELECTRIC VEHICLES NORTH TEXAS

    Stakeholder Group Major Milestones

    • Demonstrate Regional Need for Program

    • Develop Management of Project

    • Research of Technology and Funding Opportunities

    • Establish Proof of Future Demand

    • Education to Reduce Plug-In Electric Vehicle Purchasing Hesitation

    • Streamline Plug-In Electric Vehicle Purchase and In-Home Charging Installation Process

    • Implement Recharging Infrastructure

    • Provide Avenues to Bring Down Upfront Costs

    • Fleet Commitments to Purchase Plug-In Electric Vehicles


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    ELECTRIC VEHICLES NORTH TEXAS

    Current Projects Underway

    • North Central Texas Alternative Fuel and Advanced Technology Investments

    • Department of Energy

    • Grant Fund Amount: $13,181,171

    • Cost Share Amount: $23,197,585

    • Start Date: January 29, 2010

    • End Date: January 28, 2014

    • Subrecipient Partners (19 Total):

      • Local Governments

      • School Districts

      • International Airport

      • Non-Profit Organization

  • Four (4) Recharging Infrastructure Facilities

  • Types of Projects:

    • Natural Gas

    • Ethanol

    • Biodiesel

    • Electricity

    • Hybrid-Electric


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    ELECTRIC VEHICLES NORTH TEXAS

    Clean Fleets North Texas

    Clean Fleets North Texas: Recovery Act

    Call For Projects

    $2.5 Million Available

    Funds Awarded by State Energy Conservation Office

    Electric Emphasis Area

    All-Electric

    Plug-In Hybrid

    “Conventional” Hybrid

    Natural Gas Emphasis Area

    Compressed Natural Gas

    Liquefied Natural Gas


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    ELECTRIC VEHICLES NORTH TEXAS

    Clean Fleets North Texas

    Eligible Applicants: Governmental Entities

    Eligible Area: 9-County Ozone Nonattainment Area


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    ELECTRIC VEHICLES NORTH TEXAS

    Contact Information

    Jenny Danieau

    Senior Transportation Planner

    NCTCOG

    817-608-2342

    jdanieau@nctcog.org

    Carrie Reese

    Program Manager

    NCTCOG

    817-608-2353

    creese@nctcog.org

    Web site: www.nctcog.org/evnt


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