Keith-Kerman-DCAS

Report
NYC Fleet Sustainability:
Biodiesel
• 30 x 17
• Cleaner air
• Fuel and cost
reduction
• Setting the standard
1. Improved metrics
2. Fuel tracking
3. Biodiesel
4. EV, hybrid, and solar
5. CNG investments
6. Fleet reduction and right sizing, clean-fleet plan
7. Fleet deployment
8. New technologies, diesel emissions reduction
9. Mandate compliance, coordination with DEP
10.Education, training, and promotion
Sanitation and Parks are already national leaders in biodiesel use.
At Parks, the program began with a summer donation of B100
DSNY and Parks use biodiesel now in almost 5,000 units: of every make, size,
age, and type. Parks uses B20 exclusively during the warm months.
DSNY uses a mix of B5 and B20. DOT also uses B5 in some applications.
The Fleet will now expand biodiesel use in two phases: going to B5 year round
and citywide first, and then transitioning to greater B20 use during the warm
weather months for public works agencies
NYC Fleet: Biodiesel Expansion Plan
Citywide use in gallons
FY11
FY12/13
FY13/14
B5
11,021,765
24,301,101
12,163,693
B20
837,984
2,948,858
15,086,266
NYC is combining investment in hybrid-electric technology with biodiesel use
to combine environmental benefits. The City is also transitioning to new
Ford Diesel pickups, specifically designed for B20 use.
The City has already spent well more than $100 million in
biodiesel blended fuel.
City investment in sustainable fleet approaches, estimated
120,000,000
100,000,000
80,000,000
60,000,000
Expense, estimated
40,000,000
20,000,000
0
CNG
Diesel Hybrids
Electric
Gas hybrids
Biodiesel FY 09 to FY
12
Over 40% of all City vehicles currently operate on some type of alternative fuel.
NYC Fleet’s efforts in sustainability have been recognized in many areas:
•
National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA), 2008, First Greenest Fleet In Nation
Award, Parks, DCAS
•
Eye on Biodiesel Award, 2011, Parks, DSNY, National Biodiesel Board (NBB)
•
Government Fleet News, NYPD, DPR and the DCAS Managed Fleet were selected as one of
the Top 100 Fleets in the U.S., 2009, 2010, 2011
•
Government Fleet News, Green Fleet Award, 9th Place in the US in 2010, 11th place in 2011
•
Automotive Fleet News, Environmental Leadership Award Winner, 2009, 2010
•
NYC Selected as the Nation’s Largest Hybrid Fleet By Government Fleet News, 2008
•
DSNY and Parks have been Fleet Owner Magazine Fleet of the Years
Questions, comments
Keith Kerman
Chief Fleet Officer, New York City
Deputy Commissioner,
Department of Citywide Administrative Services
[email protected]

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