EAESI - Empire Clean Cities

Report
NYCLHVCC CNG Roundtable
CNG Overview
By
Ronald J. Gulmi, Managing Director
February 22, 2012
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Emerald Alternative Energy Solutions, Inc.
Mission:
• Direct alternate energy programs as a fiduciary of the
organization seeking to save money and/or enhance revenues
• To provide fleets with petroleum reduction strategies and
solutions that will improve their bottom line, the nation’s
energy security, the global environment and provide
enhanced community relations
• Dedicated to continually expanding customer base as new
opportunities emerge
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Market Growth Possibilities: NGVs
The Roller Coaster Ride:
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Market Growth Possibilities: NGVs
Riding the “Crest of the Wave”:
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Market Growth Possibilities: NGVs
The Future is Bright:
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Market Growth Possibilities: NGVs
The Stars Are All Aligned:
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Why the Stars Are All Aligned - Benefits
• Economic
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Price stability and cost less
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Incentives & funding
• Environment - Cleaner Air
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Reduction in Carbon and GHG – go “Green”
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Reduction is DPM, NOx, SOx and other pollutants
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Improved Work Environment for Employees
• Energy Security Improved - North American fuel reduces America’s
dependence on Foreign Oil
• Reduction in Noise – engines are quieter
• Renewable Forms – Bio Methane
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Waste Water Treatment, Landfill Gas, Anaerobic Digestion
• Increased Vehicle/Equipment Product Availability
• Increases in Supply – Marcellus Shale: NY, PA, OH, WV
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Why the Stars Are All Aligned - Benefits
• The Natural Gas Industry Has Reengaged NGVs
• Northeast Gas Association – reestablished the NGV
Working Group
• Gas Exploration and Production Companies “Gas
Producers” formed American Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA)
• American Gas Association (AGA) – LDCs reengaging NGV
Market
• Joint AGA/ANGA Transportation Collaborative – Drive
Natural Gas Initiative
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Legislative Advocacy
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Infrastructure Development/Business Modeling
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Fleet Conversions/OEM Outreach
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Marketing and Education
Why the Stars Are All Aligned - Benefits
• The Natural Gas Industry Has Reengaged NGVs (continued)
• ANGA Joins Natural Gas Vehicle of America (NGVA) – 29
companies; 10 new Board Members
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Apache Corp., Southwestern Energy, EnCana, Newfield
Exploration, The Williams Companies, Bill Barrett Corp., Pioneer
Energy Resources, Laredo Petroleum, Chesapeake
• NGVA Hires new Marketing/Communications Resource
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Industry Market Trends
• Gas Supply has increased and is abundant
• Renewable Forms of Natural Gas playing greater role
• CNG Fuel Station Infrastructure is Growing
• More Vehicle Product offerings – OEMs, QVMs & SVMs
• More certified, qualified upfitters (again)
• We have increased CNG station infrastructure developers
• We need the federal NAT GAS Act
• We need low cost-reliable home fuel appliances
• We need pipeline infrastructure – transmission and distribution
• We need more CNG fuel station infrastructure
• We need more CNG cars and light duty
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Local Market Trends
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The number of CNG fleets in NYC/LHV is Growing
Some fleets have decreased in size – National Grid, Con Ed
We have certified, qualified upfitters again – CVS, Dejana
We have increased CNG station infrastructure developers
NYC Private Fleet CMAQ Funding Coming Spring 2012
We need the federal NAT GAS Act
We need New York State AFV Incentives Reintroduced
We need low cost-reliable home fuel appliances
We need pipeline infrastructure – transmission and distribution
We need more CNG fuel station infrastructure
We need more CNG cars and light duty
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Local Market Trends – ARRA CNG Projects
• Verizon – 165 Vans
• Westchester Ambulette – 18 Ambulette Vans
• City of White Plains – 1 Street Sweeper, 1 Refuse Truck,
2 Dump Trucks, 4 Delivery Trucks
• Demon Trucking (Phoenix Beverage) – 2 Delivery Trucks
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Local Market Trends – Current Fuel Pricing
• Con Ed Stations - $2.55/GGE
• NGrid Stations (Operated by Clean Energy) - $2.679/GGE
• All Clean Energy Stations (LaGuardia, Valhalla, New Paltz,
Poughkeepsie, Albany) - $2.679/GGE
Stable and consistent pricing well below petroleum!
Note: Pricing includes a NYS Alternative Fuel Tax
Exemption due to expire on September 1, 2012.
Exemption is approximately $.44 per GGE comprised of
the following: $.08/GGE in Motor Fuels Tax, $.16/GGE in
Petroleum Bus Tax (PBT), $.20/GGE in NYS and Local
Sales Tax.
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New York City - Lower Hudson Valley Region
31 Total CNG Stations
Public Access – 15 Stations
• 5 National Grid Stations: JFK Airport, Canarsie, Greenpoint,
Staten Island, Albany
• 5 Con Ed: Rye, Bronx, 2 - Manhattan, College Point
• 5 Clean Energy: LaGuardia Airport, NYSDOT – Valhalla,
NYSOGS – New Paltz, NYSOGS – Poughkeepsie,
NYSOGS – McCarty Ave. Albany
EERE Alternative Fuels Data Center – AFV Station Locator:
http://www.afdc.energy.gov/afdc/locator/stations/
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New York City Lower Hudson Valley Region
31 CNG Stations
Private Access/Government – 16 Stations
• 2 MTA NYCT: West Farms/Coliseum Depot(Bx) & Jackie
Gleason Depot(Bklyn)
• 2 MTA Bus Co.: College Point(Qns) & Spring Creek(Bklyn)
• Bronx Zoo
• 2 Manhattan Beer: Bronx and Brooklyn
• NY City Parks & Recreation Olmstead - Flushing
Meadows/Corona Park(Qns)
• NY City Parks & Recreation – Central Park(Mhtn)
• NY City Dept. of Sanitation – Woodside(Qns)
• City of White Plains Public Works – White Plains
• 5 NYSDOT: Newburgh, Middletown, Poughkeepsie,
Kingston, Hudson
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CNG Fuel Displacement - Benefits
2010 CNG Fuel Displacement for NYCLHVCC is:
10,618,620 gallon equivalents
14,987 Tons of CO2 Reduced!
Fleets (over 35 Fleets)
MTA NYCT – Jackie Gleason (Brklyn), West Farms (Bronx)
MTA Bus Co. – Spring Creek (Brklyn), College Point (Qns)
NYC Fleets: Parks & Recreation, DOT, DGS, DOS
NYS Fleets: DMV, DOT, OGS, OCFS, DEC, SI Disability Svcs,
Workers Comp
Port Authority NY/NJ, Romeo Limo, MTC Limo, US Limo
LEROS Point to Point, SI Zoo, Bronx Zoo, The Treats Truck LLC
Manhattan Beer, Phoenix Beverage, Anheuser Busch
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CNG Fuel Displacement - Benefits
Fleets (Continued)
UPS
Verizon
Westchester Ambulette
City of White Plains
National Grid, Consolidated Edison
Metropolitan Paper Recycling, Filco Carting
Ferrara Brothers
Brooklyn Developmental Center
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Target Markets
• Heavy-duty freight trucks:
• Water ports and rail
• “Less-than-Load” (e.g., Yellow-Roadway, Forward Air, Swift)
• Transit buses/shuttle buses/school buses/ambulettes
• Major metro, municipal and public works departments
• Trash, recycling, cement and other vocational work trucks
• Medium-duty delivery and commercial service trucks:
• Telecom
─ food ─ beverage ─ snack food ─ newspapers
• linen/laundry ─ grocery ─ furnishings/appliances ─ office products
• Taxis and light-duty service vehicles
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NGVs are a “Here and Now Technology”
• For the foreseeable future, there is no one, silver-bullet,
panacea technology or alternative fuel that is going to
replace petroleum.
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NGVs are a “Here and Now Technology”
• For the foreseeable future, there is no one, silver-bullet,
panacea technology or alternative fuel that is going to
replace petroleum.
• We have many options – natural gas, ethanol, methanol,
propane, gasoline/diesel hybrids and plug-in hybrids and natural
gas hybrids.
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NGVs are a “Here and Now Technology”
• For the foreseeable future, there is no one, silver-bullet,
panacea technology or alternative fuel that is going to
replace petroleum.
• We have many options – natural gas, ethanol, methanol,
propane, gasoline/diesel hybrids and plug-in hybrids and natural
gas hybrids.
• But we don’t have choices. We have to use all available
technologies and fuels – and NGVs ARE AVAILABLE NOW.
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Why the NGV Market Will Grow
• We Have the Fuel – And It’s Ours
• Substantial Air Quality: Urban Pollution
• Substantial Air Quality: GHGs
• Biomethane Makes GHG Case Stronger
• Only Natural Gas Can Displace Diesel
• NGVs are a Here-and-Now Technology
• Government Policymakers are (Finally) Recognizing the
Value of NGVs
• Money
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NGV Market Development: Teamwork and
Collaboration – Important in the Approach
• Gas Utility Engagement
• Trade Allies
• Infrastructure Developers, Station Operators, Maintainers
• Dealerships, OEM Representatives, Upfitters (QVMs)
• Fleet Consultants
• Environmental Organizations
• Industry Associations (AGA, ANGA, NGVA, DNGI)
• US DOE Clean Cities Coalitions
• NYSERDA
• Customer Testimonial and Involvement
• Site visits, test driving, hands on – encourage the
customer to learn from others
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Questions?
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