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The status and future of transportation fuel technologies for wisconsin

The Status and Future of Transportation Fuel Technologies for Wisconsin

Maria Redmond

Wisconsin State Energy Office

2013 Sustainability Summit and Exposition

Milwaukee, WI

March 6, 2013


Wisconsin State Energy Office (SEO) for Wisconsin

The SEO works with policy makers, businesses interested in energy opportunities, innovators, public/private initiatives and federal agencies to implement cost‐effective, reliable, balanced and environmentally‐friendly clean energy projects.

The SEO’s Mission is to invest in Wisconsin by:

  • Increasing energy efficiency;

  • Developing renewable and alternative energy sources;

  • Promoting energy-related economic development & jobs; and

  • Reducing reliance on imported oil.

    The SEO manages over $85 million in federal energy-related grants and loans

www.stateenergyoffice.wi.gov


Energy Security: WI Petroleum Use for Wisconsin

  • Wisconsin has no fossil fuel deposits

  • Wisconsin has one small oil refinery

Source: Wisconsin Energy Statistics 2010 Energy Expenditure Figure on Page 131 (right)

www.stateenergyoffice.wi.gov


Current Economics: WI Transportation for Wisconsin

  • Petroleum is Wisconsin’s largest energy expenditure

  • On-road diesel consumption: 744 million gallons

  • On-road gasoline consumption: 2.5 billion gallons

  • WI consumers spend ~$10 billion annually for petroleum

  • Price volatility creates economicuncertainty for fleets

www.stateenergyoffice.wi.gov


Wi alternative transportation fuels
WI Alternative Transportation Fuels for Wisconsin

  • E85 (85% ethanol, 15% gasoline)

  • Biodiesel (B5, B20, B100)

  • Natural Gas (CNG, LNG, Bio-Gas)

  • Propane Autogas (LPG)

  • Hybrid Electric

  • Electric

  • Hydrogen

Source: Alternative Fuels and Biofuels Use Report 2011


Overall Benefits for Wisconsin

Energy Security

- Domestic production and use

Environmental

Reduction in harmful tailpipe emissions

Economic

- Lower cost of fuels

- Domestic production and use

www.stateenergyoffice.wi.gov


Wi s alternative fuel consumption millions of gallons
WI’s Alternative Fuel Consumption for Wisconsin (millions of gallons)

Source: WI State Energy Office


Wisconsin registered vehicles
Wisconsin Registered Vehicles for Wisconsin

Source: *As of March 2012, State Energy Office/DOT Registration Database


Biofuels e85 and biodiesel stations
Biofuels - E85 and Biodiesel Stations for Wisconsin

E85 = 136

Biodiesel= 4


Electric vehicle charging sites
Electric Vehicle Charging Sites for Wisconsin

78 publically accessible charging points throughout the state

Source: Alternative Fuels Data Center


Propane stations
Propane Stations for Wisconsin

  • 49 public propane stations throughout the state

Source: Alternative Fuels Data Center


  • 26 public CNG stations throughout the state.

  • 6 private CNG stations

  • 2 private biogas stations

  • 1 public LNG station

  • 13 new stations since January 2012

  • est. 15-20 new stations in 2013

  • Potentially 100 -200 new stations in next 5 years

Wisconsin CNG Station Map

Source: USDOE EERE Alternative Fuels Data Center

www.stateenergyoffice.wi.gov



Wisconsin clean transportation program
Wisconsin Clean Transportation Program and Vehicles

  • $300 million USDOE Clean Cities Grant Program

  • 25 awards across the US, WI received largest award

  • $15 million awarded to WI

  • 36 partners, 315 vehicles, 18 alternative fuel locations

  • Additional $17 million leveraged by public and private fleets

  • Goals:

    • Reduction of Petroleum Use in Transportation

    • Cleaner Air Through Reduced Emissions

    • Acceptance of Alternative Fuels

    • Acceptance of Advanced Vehicle Technology


State energy program
State Energy Program and Vehicles

  • CNG Infrastructure Challenge ($1.1 million)

    • - 7 awards for 9 new CNG (pipeline and biogas) refueling sites

  • Hydrogen Fuel use in Municipal Fleets ($75,000)

    • - 1 award to the City of Beloit for a feasibility and demonstration project

  • Electric Vehicle implementation for State Fleet ($120,000)

    • - 5 awards to state agencies to purchase 6 electric vehicles


Biofuels Programs and Vehicles

  • Biodiesel Blending Program ($600,000)

    • For bulk fuel terminal facilities interested in increasing biodiesel blending capabilities

    • 2 projects selected in Milwaukee at Granville and Port Terminals

    • Project completed 12/12

  • Biofuels Retail Availability Improvement Network (BRAIN) – ($1 million)

    • For fuel retailers capable of locating the E85 or biodiesel refueling outlets available to consumers

    • Applications due 12/31/13


Natural Gas and Vehicles for Transportation Roundtable

  • Governor directed stakeholder initiative organized by the SEO and WI Clean Cities to promote the use of CNG, LNG and Biogas as transportation fuels in WI

  • Launched in April 2012, 4 major events held with 125 participants at each event

  • SEO and Wisconsin Clean Cities collaborated to host four meetings around the state

  • Very high level of interest from transportation companies, petroleum markets, fleet owners, equipment suppliers

  • Identified areas of need, especially in codes and certain regulatory requirements, for example –

    • - Training & Maintenance facility upgrade requirements


2013 initiatives
2013 Initiatives and Vehicles

  • Additional grant funding to support natural gas and propane vehicle purchases and conversions

  • Natural Gas for transportation regulatory guidelines, checklists, and case studies

  • Continued funding for ethanol and biodiesel infrastructure

  • Work with policy makers to come up with a financial incentives to further support alternative fuels and infrastructure deployment in the state

www.stateenergyoffice.wi.gov


New forwarding wisconsin s fuel choice
NEW! and Vehicles Forwarding Wisconsin's Fuel Choice

  • $500,000 award from USDOE Clean Cities Grant Program

  • Program Team – SEO, Wisconsin Clean Cities and WI Technical College System

  • Goals to expand alternative fuels use by:

    • Expand accessibility to alternative fuels off highways;

    • offer training for first responders, public safety officers, and permitting officials; and

    • assist public fleets in developing and implementing petroleum reduction strategies and policies.

  • Launch in Q1 2013


Petroleum is available everywhere across Wisconsin for the vast majority of existing and available new vehicles

Alternative fueling stations and available vehicles are much more limited

Substituting alternative fuels for conventional vehicle fuel in Wisconsin will take time, effort and money

www.stateenergyoffice.wi.gov


Continuous and Vehicles Growth in WI

  • Develop Partnerships

    • smoother transition to new technologies with wider knowledge base

    • wider acceptance of advanced vehicle technologies and clean fuels

    • Ability to secure funding

  • Address availability and limitations of technology – both infrastructure and vehicles

  • Sound public policy to support development efforts

  • SEO will continue to develop programs to support alternative fuels efforts

  • Economic, environmental and security benefits make it worth the investment


Thank you! and Vehicles

Maria Redmond

[email protected]

608-266-1521

www.stateenergyoffice.wi.gov


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