Marine Vessels & Ports Sector
The objective of the Marine Vessels and Ports Workgroup is to share information and seek funding for a variety of projects including: alternative fuel use for vessels and on-shore equipment, equipment retrofits and early retirement, and cold ironing for ocean-going vessels and plug-in power for on-shore equipment. If you would like to join the Marine Vessels and Ports Workgroup, please contact Francisco Dóñez at (213) 244-1834. For information on WCC projects in this sector, see this link.
We hope you can join us for the next West Coast Collaborative webinar Tuesday, May 21 from 11-1pm PDT.
This will be the first of a series of webinars that will be focused on various freight technologies, projects and activities. This webinar will provide an overview of a workshop held in Diamond Bar in April: Transitioning to Zero Emission Freight Transport Technologies Symposium. The agenda and presentations from this Symposium can be found here.
For those who will not be in front of a computer during this time, the Powerpoint presentations (PDF) are attached for the overview, provided by Henry Hogo, SCAQMD and the locomotive session, provided by Harold Holmes, ARB. The truck and ports discussions will not have PowerPoint presentations, instead, please see the presentations from the April workshop in Diamond Bar.
Final Agenda: West Coast Collaborative Goods Movement Webinar #1:
Overview of the Near- and Zero-Tailpipe Emission Freight Transport Technologies
TODAY- Tuesday, May 21st 11am-1pm PDT
For audio: 1-866-299-3188; Pass code: 415-972-7418#
Instructions to All Participants Prior to the Webinar:
Make sure to log into the webinar prior to the start of the webinar. Access the URL above. Choose "Enter as Guest.” Under “Name” list your name and organization (i.e Trina Martynowicz EPA Region 9), and click “Enter Room.” You may have to download any necessary software, so please test this system 10 minutes prior to the webinar.
1. Welcome and Introductions: Trina Martynowicz, Trucking Sector Lead, West Coast Collaborative, U.S. EPA Region 9
2. Overview of the Freight Technology Symposium April 10-11th: Henry Hogo, Assistant Deputy Executive Officer, Mobile Source Division, Science and Technology Advancement, South Coast Air Quality Management District- see PowerPoint presentation
3. Trucking Technologies: Joe Calavita, CA Air Resources Board (ARB)- note no PPT
4. Locomotive Technologies: Harold Holmes, Manager, Rail Strategies Section, ARB- see PowerPoint presentation (PDF)
5. Ports Equipment, Harbor Crafts, Tug Boats and Ocean Going Vessels and Technologies: Kevin Maggay, Port of Los Angeles and Renee Moilanen, Port of Long Beach- note no PPT but see the Freight Technology Symposium web site above for their presentations
6. WCC Update: Status of DERA Competitive National and Tribal RFP’s: Penny McDaniel, WCC Co-Lead, EPA Region 9
7. Roundtable Updates from our WCC Partners- ALL
WEBINAR NOTES ARE LOCATED HERE (PDF)
- Competitive DERA 2012: Port of Long Beach Emission Reduction Project: the Port of Long Beach received $1,344,146 to reduce diesel emissions by retrofitting and/or replacing sixteen (16) pieces of port cargo handling equipment.
- Competitive DERA 2012 Tribal: Tulalip Tribe of the Tulalip Reservation of Washington - Fishing Fleet Certified Engine Repower Project Phase II: the Tulalip Tribe of the Tulalip Reservation (Washington State) received $346,620 to repower marine fisheries vessels with new, low-emission diesel engines.
- Competitive DERA 2012: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) Cargo Handling Exhaust Control Upgrades: the ODEQ received $132,207 in funding to reduce diesel emission by retrofitting six (6) port cargo handling equipment.
- American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: Reducing Diesel Emissions at the Port of Los Angeles: The City of Los Angeles Harbor Department, also known as Port of Los Angeles, was selected for $1,991,750 in funding to replace, repower, and/or retrofit a total of 27 pieces of equipment, including harbor craft, currently in operation at the port.
- American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: Reducing Diesel Emissions at the Port of Long Beach, California: The Port of Long Beach Diesel Emissions Reduction Project was selected for $4,008,250 in funding to implement a large-scale diesel emission reduction project involving equipment replacements, engine repowers, and/or engine retrofits for 112 pieces of cargo handling equipment including rubber-tired gantry cranes, and two harbor craft currently in operation at the port.
- American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: Port of Tacoma Shorepower Project: Port of Tacoma received $1,488,080 to install a shore-side electrical connection system and alternative maritime power at the Totem Ocean Trailer Express Terminal (TOTE) Terminal.