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Passaic county green building design and energy

Passaic County Green Building Design and Energy

“Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Fueling Systems – Integrating Alternative Fuels on NJ’s Brownfield's”

Chuck Feinberg - Greener By Design

Michael Sylvester – Betts Environmental & Alternative Fuel Services


Presentation overview

Presentation Overview:

  • Natural Gas and NJ’s Alternative Fuel Market

  • CNG Fueling Systems and Benefits

  • Integrating CNG on NJ Brownfield’s


Overview of natural gas and nj s alternative fuel market

Overview of Natural Gas and NJ’s Alternative Fuel Market

  • Natural Gas

  • Electricity

  • Biodiesel

  • Ethanol

  • Hydrogen

  • Propane

  • Heavy Duty-Trucks

  • School & Transit Buses

  • Light-Duty Vehicles

  • Electric Vehicles

Alternative Fuels

Alternative Vehicles


Overview of natural gas and nj s alternative fuel market1

Overview of Natural Gas and NJ’s Alternative Fuel Market

  • Federal Natural Gas Bill (Pending)

  • NJ Clean Cities Coalition

  • NJ Currently Has Several Natural Gas & Alternative Fuel Bills Pending

  • Market is Trending Towards Alternative Fuels; Government Incentives Can Accelerate Progress

Current Status of Legislation and Incentives


Why natural gas for transportation

Why Natural Gas for Transportation?

Cleaner

Natural gas is inherently clean - cleanest burning fuel available for HDV’s

NG (CH4); Diesel (C14H30); Gasoline (C8H18); Propane (C3H8)

Reduces GHG emissions by 23% compared to diesel

Replacing one diesel garbage truck with one that operates on natural gas has the same emissions benefits as taking 325 cars off the road

Significant noise reductions – 90% quieter

Cheaper

Natural Gas is significantly less expensive than diesel on a per gallon basis - save $1.50-$2.00 per gallon compared to diesel

Domestic

98% Domestically Produced

120+ Years of Domestic Reserves

Works - Proven Technology

Variety of light-, medium- and heavy-duty NGVs are available with performance and reliability equal to and/or exceeding that of comparable gasoline and diesel vehicles. More models to come.


Basics cng and lng

Basics: CNG and LNG

Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

  • Stored in onboard tanks under high pressure

  • Fuel economy similar to gasoline

  • 1 GGE = 5.7 lb CNG

    Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)

  • Kept at cold temperatures

  • Stored in double-wall, vacuum-insulated pressure vessels

  • Heavy-duty vehicles

  • 1 GGE = 1.5 gal LNG


Passaic county green building design and energy

Natural Gas Vehicles Available Today


Cng fueling one size does not fit all

CNG Fueling – One size does not fit all!

Many options are available for fueling infrastructure:

  • Ownership business models

  • Siting

  • Equipment options


Station business models

Station Business Models

Fleet-Owned and -Operated

  • Fleet works with vendors on station development

  • Fleet owns and operates station

    Outsourced to Independent Provider

  • Outside development, ownership, and operation

  • Fleet provides demand threshold

  • Long-term price agreement

  • Public access possible

    Fleet-Owned, Contractor-Operated

  • Reduces fleet risk

  • Fleet relies on experienced operator

  • Usually a 5-7 year contract


Fueling station options for fleets

Fueling Station Options for Fleets

Offsite, Public Access

  • Utilize an existing public station

  • Operated by retailer, utility, or fleet

  • Anchor fleet or pool of multiple fleets

    Onsite, Private Access

  • Exclusive use by fleets

  • Time-fill stations always private access

    Onsite, Public Access

  • Benefit from economy of scale

  • Promotes public use of NGVs

  • Must have fast-fill capabilities for public


Cng fueling

CNG Fueling

Time-Fill Fueling

  • Good for “return-to-base” fleets with consistent schedules

  • CNG is dispensed slowly, often overnight

  • Lower capital and operating costs

    Fast-Fill Fueling

  • Fueling takes place in minutes

  • Necessary for public-access stations

  • Good for vehicles with little downtime

    Combo-Fill Fueling

  • Time-fill and fast-fill

  • More flexibility in fueling


Getting started

Getting Started

Some Questions to Ask

  • How many vehicles will be fueled each day?

  • How much fuel will each vehicle need?

  • When and how often will vehicles need to be fueled?

  • What are the site development requirements?

  • Are there potential issues with site-specific gas pressure or quality?


Integrating cng on nj brownfield s

Integrating CNG on NJ Brownfield’s

  • Flexible Size; 2+ Acres

  • Majority of Construction is Above Ground

  • Great Reuse for Capped Sites

  • Major and Secondary Trucking Routes

  • Port Newark Related Activities; Major Fleet Locations

  • Infrastructure / Electrical / Natural Gas Utilities


For more information please contact us

For More Information Please Contact Us!

Chuck Feinberg- Greener By Design

Phone: (732) 253-7717

Fax: (732) 253 -7719

Web: GBDtoday.com

Michael Sylvester – Betts Environmental & Alternative Fuel Services

Phone: (973) 838-5844

Fax: (973)838-6088

Web: BettsCompanies.com


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