The objective of the Trucking Sector Workgroup is to share information on current and potential emissions reduction projects along the West Coast. The workgroup focuses on topics that include reducing emissions along major transportation corridors (such as Interstates) and near population centers, exploring innovative financing mechanisms, leveraging federal funds for projects, sharing lessons learned regarding technologies and practices, and exploring the use of alternative fuels to reduce emissions. Members of this workgroup are integral to its success in implementing innovative trucking projects. If you would like more information or would like to join the Trucking Sector Workgroup, please contact Tyler Cooley.
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 Tyler Cooley 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: Tyler Cooley, 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 (PDF)
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
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)
Background: The West Coast Collaborative (Collaborative) is an ambitious public-private partnership between leaders from federal, state, and local government, the private sector, academia, and environmental groups committed to reducing diesel emissions and advancing clean air technologies and practices along the West Coast of North America. The Collaborative is part of the National Clean Diesel Campaign (NCDC), which seeks to advance strategies to reduce diesel emissions and move toward cleaner air by working with diesel fleet, engine and emission control technology owners, operators, developers and manufacturers; air quality professionals; environmental and community organizations; and federal, state and local officials. To advance diesel emission reductions, , Congress Authorized funding for clean diesel activities in the Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) as part of the 2005 Energy Policy Act. The Collaborative aims to reduce diesel emissions through verified and certified technologies, engines and practices, and advances innovative emission reduction technologies and practices. The Collaborative also helps coordinate regional efforts for cleaner fuels and the Clean School Bus USA program. EPA launched, but does not control the Collaborative. The Collaborative focuses on strategic partnership development; expert exchanges; and creating, supporting, and implementing diesel emission reduction projects by providing technical assistance, and funding opportunities.
Partners come from all over Western North America, including California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, Hawaii, the Territory of Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Marina Islands (CNMI), the Territory of American Samoa, Canada, Mexico, and Asian-Pacific countries.
The Trucking Sector Workgroup focuses on topics that include reducing emissions along major transportation corridors (such as Interstates) and near population centers, exploring innovative financing mechanisms, leveraging public and private funds for projects, sharing expertise and lessons learned regarding technologies and practices, and exploring the use of alternative vehicles and fuels to reduce emissions. Members of this workgroup are integral to its success in implementing innovative trucking projects.
Trucking Sector Communicator
A quarterly newsletter focused on the trucking industry, which provides information about upcoming calls and events, funding opportunities, news and information, reports and tools, and key links and resources. Please contact Tyler Cooley for any additions to future Trucking Sector Communicator Newsletters at Cooley.Tyler@epa.gov.
Fall 2012/Winter 2013 Trucking Sector Communicator (PDF)
Summer 2012 Trucking Sector Communicator: a quarterly newsletter focused on the trucking industry, which provides information about upcoming calls and events, funding opportunities, news and information, reports and tools, and key links and resources.
West Coast Collaborative Communicator
Read a quarterly newsletter for all West Coast Collaborative Sectors. Please send any comments or suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Competitive 2012 DERA Deploying Battery-Electric, Zero-Emission Trucks in the South Coast: the South Coast Air Quality Management District received $1,045,993 to replace at least 50 medium-duty diesel engines with battery-electric trucks delivery trucks throughout impacted communities.
- Competitive 2012 DERA Reducing Truck Diesel Emissions at Bay Area Ports: the Bay Area Air Quality Management District received $898,833 to replace 22 heavy-duty drayage trucks operating around Bay Area ports.
- Competitive 2012 DERA Deploying Cleaner Trucks in the San Joaquin Valley: the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District received $898,833 to replace 35 heavy-duty diesel engines trucks with newer, cleaner 2011 model year engines.
- Competitive 2011 DERA Grant: Reducing Truck Diesel Emissions at Bay Area Ports: the Bay Area Air Quality Management District received $1,557,987 to replace 43 heavy-duty drayage trucks operating around Bay Area ports.
- State 2011 DERA Grant: Retrofit and Replacement of Diesel Trucks in Hawaii: the Hawaii Department of Public Health received $189,000 to retrofit and replace short-haul diesel trucks on Oahu.
- Competitive 2010 DERA Grant: Cascade Sierra Solutions – Green Machines: Cascade Sierra Solutions received $847,941 for replacing 42 1990-2001 model year trucks with 2008-2011 hybrid and 2010-2011 cleaner diesel trucks.
- Competitive 2010 DERA Grant: PPRC – Advance Trailer Aerodynamics Implementation Program: the Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center (PPRC) received $875,972 to install advanced trailer skirts, verified technologies approved by the U.S. EPA, on long haul trailers used to move goods throughout the region.
- Competitive 2010 DERA Grant: Heavy Duty Truck Replacement Program in the San Joaquin Valley: the San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District received $1,796,474 to replace approximately 48 onroad heavy-duty trucks with newer model year engine diesel trucks.
- State DERA 2009 Deployment of Electrified Parking Spaces in Southern Arizona
- Tribal 2009 DERA Grant: Clean Buses, Construction Equipment, and Trucks for Morongo Band of Mission Indians: the Morongo Band of Mission Indians received $250,000 to retrofit or replace nine vehicles, including school and transit buses, utility truck, and construction vehicle.
- Emerging Technologies Grant 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: Retrofit Heavy-Duty Trucks in South Coast: the South Coast Air Quality Management District received $2,000,000 to retrofit heavy-duty diesel trucks powered by EGR or non EGR engines with Johnson Matthey Selective Catalytic Reduction Technology (SCCRT).
- American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: Reducing Truck Diesel Emissions at the Port of Oakland: Bay Air Air Quality Management District received $2million to reduce pollution from trucks around the Port of Oakland. For more information, click here.
- American Reinvestment and Recovery Act: Trailer Aerodynamics Project: Cascade Sierra Solutions received $907,072 to install trailer aerodynamics on long-haul trucks.
- State 2008 DERA Grant: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality Promoting funded for Anti-Idling Technologies along the Arizona-Sonora Boarder
- Competitive 2008 DERA Grant: South Coast Air Quality Management District received $1 million to retrofit heavy-duty diesel trucks with diesel particulate filters
- Earmark 2008 DERA Grant: South Coast Air Quality Management District received nearly $5 million to replace 130 heavy-duty diesel trucks with new liquefied natural gas trucks around the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.