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coalition name

Coalition Name

Presenter

Title

E-mail

Date

Clean Cities Program Overview

department of energy
Department of Energy

Mission

To advance the national, economic, and energy securityof the U.S; to promote scientific and technological innovation in support of that mission; and to ensure the environmental cleanup of the national nuclear weapons complex.

clean cities

Sponsored by the DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy's Vehicle Technologies program

Provides a framework for businesses and governments to work together as a coalition to enhance markets

Coordinate activities, identify mutual interests, develop regional economic opportunities, and improve air quality

Clean Cities

Clean Cities’ Mission

To advance the energy, economic, and environmental security of the U.S.

by supporting local decisions to adopt practices that contribute to the

reduction of petroleum consumption in the transportation sector.

clean cities today

87 active coalitions in 45 states

632,000 AFVs using alternative fuels

5,600 AFV stations

6,500+ stakeholders

Clean Cities Today
clean cities stakeholders
Clean Cities Stakeholders
  • Coalitions are made up of local and national stakeholders.
    • Over 4,000 local stakeholders
    • 49% private stakeholders
clean cities strengthens markets
Clean Cities Strengthens Markets
  • Create jobs and commercial opportunities
  • Educate fleets, elected officials, and the general public
  • Encourage the use of alternative technologies
  • Expand infrastructure
  • Increase demand and help develop market-driven products
  • Increase public awareness
  • Support regulated fleets
petroleum displacement methods

Replace petroleum with alternative fuels and low-level blends.

Reduce by promoting energy efficiency in vehicles through advanced technologies and more fuel efficient vehicles.

Eliminate by promoting idle reduction, greater use of mass transit, trip elimination, and other congestion mitigation approaches.

Petroleum Displacement Methods

Reduce

Replace

Eliminate

clean cities portfolio of technologies

Fuel Economy

Fuel efficiency

Behavioral changes

Vehicle maintenance initiatives

Vehicle miles traveled (VMT)

Hybrids

Light- and Heavy-duty HEVs

PHEVs

Idle Reduction

Heavy-duty trucks

School buses

Truck stop electrification

Clean Cities Portfolio of Technologies

Alternative Fuels and Vehicles

  • Biodiesel (B100)
  • Electricity
  • Ethanol (E85)
  • Hydrogen
  • Natural gas
  • Propane

Fuel Blends

  • Biodiesel/diesel blends (B2, B5, B20)
  • Ethanol/gasoline blends (E10)
  • Hydrogen/natural gas blends (HCNG)
2008 portfolio performance
2008 Portfolio Performance

Petroleum Displacement of Each Portfolio Element

*To enable a direct comparison, changes from last year were calculated from 2007 displacement

numbers adjusted to remove E10 and transfer B20 from AFV section to blends.

Source: Clean Cities Annual Metrics Report 2008, August 2009

niche markets
Niche Markets

Percentage of Total AFVs and HEVs by Niche Market

Source: Clean Cities Annual Metrics Report 2008, August 2009

afvs and fuel displacement
AFVs and Fuel Displacement

Number of AFVs and Fuel Displacement by Fuel Type

Thousand AFVs

Source: Clean Cities Annual Metrics Report 2008, August 2009

afvs and ghg reduction
AFVs and GHG Reduction

Number of AFVs and GHG Reduction by Fuel Type

Source: Clean Cities Annual Metrics Report 2008, August 2009

idle reduction projects
Idle Reduction Projects

Displacement Due to Idle Reduction Projects

Source: Clean Cities Annual Metrics Report 2008, August 2009

displacement projection
Annual Displacement ProjectionDisplacement Projection

Millions of Gallons

Source: Clean Cities Annual Metrics Report 2008, August 2009

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Displacement Projection and Progress

Annual Displacement Projection - Goal and Progress

Millions of Gallons

Source: Clean Cities Annual Metrics Report 2008, August 2009

leveraging doe investment
Awarded 160 grants worth $34 million

Included $66 million from stakeholders

8:1 leveraging of FY2008 program budget

Leveraging DOE Investment

Breakdown of Grants by Number and Value

Source: Clean Cities Annual Metrics Report 2008, August 2009

outreach activities
1,310 activities reaching over 113 million people

3X increase from 2007

Outreach Activities

Results for the Seven Types of Outreach Activities

Source: Clean Cities Annual Metrics Report 2008, August 2009

outreach
Outreach

Number of Outreach Activities Split among Audience Types

clean cities web resources
Clean Cities Web Resources

Clean Cities

AFDC

FuelEconomy.gov

important web sites and resources

Clean Cities Web site

www.eere.energy.gov/ccities

Alternative Fuels & Advanced Vehicles Data Center Web site

www.eere.energy.gov/afdc

Clean Cities Coordinator Contact Information and Coalition Web sites

http://www.afdc.energy.gov/cleancities/progs/coordinators.php

DOE EERE Information Center and Technical Response Service

Web Site: http://www.eere.energy.gov/afdc/informationcenter.html

Phone: 1-800-EERE-INF (1-877-337-3463)

Email: technicalresponse@icfi.com

Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. EST

Important Web Sites and Resources
contact information
Coordinator Name

Clean Cities Coalition

Contact Information

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Contact Information