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New York City and Lower Hudson Valley Clean Communities, Inc. . NYCLHVCC ’ s is a 501(c)3 non-profit and US DOE designated Clean Cities Coalition whose MISSION is to… Ensure clean air for future generations
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New York City and Lower Hudson Valley Clean Communities, Inc. NYCLHVCC’s is a 501(c)3 non-profit and US DOE designated Clean Cities Coalition whose MISSION is to… Ensure clean air for future generations We are committed to providing citizens and stakeholders access to reliable and dependable information about alternative fuels and vehicles and advanced vehicle technologies in a timely and efficient manner Promoting the use of Alternative Fuels In NYC and the Lower Hudson Valley
Ways of Reducing Petroleum • Fuel Blends • Biodiesel/diesel blends (B2, B5, B20) • Ethanol/gasoline blends (E10) • Hydrogen/natural gas blend • Fuel Economy • Fuel efficiency • Behavioral changes • Vehicle maintenance initiatives • Vehicle miles traveled (VMT) Alternative Fuels and Vehicles • Biodiesel (B100) • Electricity • Ethanol (E85) • Hydrogen • Natural gas • Propane • Hybrids • Light- and Heavy-duty HEVs • PHEVs • Idle Reduction • Heavy-duty trucks • School buses • Truck stop electrification Promoting the use of Alternative Fuels In NYC and the Lower Hudson Valley
ACCESS to US Department of Energy resources ONLINE TOOLS 1. Clean Cities www.eere.energy.gov/cleancities/ 2. FuelEconomy.gov 3. Alternative Fuels & Advanced Vehicles Data Center www.afdc.energy.gov
NY NYCLHVCC stakeholder ACHIEVEMENTS Displaced 22,500,000 gallons of petroleum* or 535,714 barrels Saved $42M USD @$80/barrel - $59M USD@$110/barrel Reduced 135,000 tons of GHG emissions *based on 2011 data reported to US Dept of Energy
NY NYCLHVCC stakeholder ACHIEVEMENTS
GRANT Funding & Vehicle Deployment Projects
$5.5M of $14M Grant From US DOE ARRA funding in partnership with NYSERDA In 2009, NYCLHVCC and its stakeholders received ~$5.5M in federal grant funding leveraged an additional ~$9M in private and co-funded support to inject ~$15M For the DEPLOYEMENT 200+ AFVs (alternative fuel vehicles) jk Promoting the use of Alternative Fuels In NYC and the Lower Hudson Valley
NE Regional EV Planning Readiness through the US DOE NYCLHVCC, and 16 NE Clean Cities Coalitions are playing a role in a larger $1M Grant Promoting the use of Alternative Fuels In NYC and the Lower Hudson Valley
$418k Grant for NYC EV Readiness Project: Unlocking Urban Demand • Others • ConEdison • NYPA • Nissan • Beam Charging • Purpose • Aerovironment, Inc. • Boston Transportation Dept • City of Philadelphia Mayor’s Office • And more… NYCLHVCC Promoting the use of Alternative Fuels In NYC and the Lower Hudson Valley
Current and Upcoming FUNDING • Announced Jan 2012 – 5 year program • $9M available to fleets operating in HP, Bronx, NY • Vehicle funding only, covers up to 40% of incremental cost • Diesel-to-Diesel, Diesel-to-CNG, Diesel-to-Hybrid, Diesel-to-BEV HuntsPointCTP.com jk • NYCLHVCC.org/funding
Current and Upcoming FUNDING FY12 EPA, National Clean Diesel Funding Assistance Program • Closing Date: June 4, 2012 • $20M availablenationally • Funds projects that reduce diesel emissions in diesel vehicles, engines and equipment jk • NYCLHVCC.org/funding
Current and Upcoming FUNDING US DOE – Clean Cities – Implementation Initiatives to Advance Alternative Fuel Markets • Closing Date: June 18, 2012 • $5M availablenationally • Expand the use of alternative fuel vehicles, including electric vehicles (EVs), in cities and towns across the country jk • NYCLHVCC.org/funding
NYCLHVCC EV and NG Working Group WHO: NYCLHVCC Industry partners and stakeholders interested in EVs and Natural Gas WHAT: Education through webinars and workshops WHY: To discuss barriers and solutions for EV or NG-related topics around policy, deployment, research and development in the NYCLHVCC catchment area. jk UPCOMING EV WEBINAR: May 22nd Learning Best Practices in EVSE installations
Education& Outreach Promoting the use of Alternative Fuels In NYC and the Lower Hudson Valley jk
CNG Series January – March 2012 • Common Barriers to CNG: • Availability of Public Fueling Stations • High maintenance costs of CNG Vehicles and Stations • Lack of funding for CNG Infrastructure development • Possible Solutions to Barriers: • bold commitments for fuel use from operators • Developers and fleets can share cost of fueling Station • Get CNG tax credit reinstated
EV Events Earth Week 2012 • Screening of “Revenge of the Electric Car” • April 18th, 2012 • Cinema De Lux, White Plains, NY • EV Showcase • April 21th, 2012 • City Hall, White Plains, NY
Partnership between NYCLHVCC, and cities of NYC, Boston and Philly to educate the public around EVs • Engaging public on deployment of fleet EVs to reach a broader audience of individuals not yet ready to own an EV • Partnerships with commercial and municipal fleet owners to drive awareness through an interactive website. • INITIATIVES • ELECTRIFIED EVENTS • SHARE ELECTRIC • E-TRUCK CHALLENGE
Upcoming Events • Fleet and Equipment Demo Day • June 5th– Rye Playland, Rye, NY • Come Visit us at Das Haus • July 10-19th- White Plains, NY • NYCLHVCC & EAA Present “What is the Electric Car” • September 20th – New York, NY • Odyssey Day • October 18th– Union Square Promoting the use of Alternative Fuels In NYC and the Lower Hudson Valley
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NYCLHVCC Christina Ficicchia www.NYCLHVCC.org email@example.com 212-839-7728 Promoting the use of Alternative Fuels In NYC and the Lower Hudson Valley