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Renewable Hydrogen in Support of
Growing Demand for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles
Forth Mobility Webinar on Renewable Hydrog...
About CTE
WHO WE ARE
501(c)(3) nonprofit engineering and planning firm
OUR MI SSI ON
Improve the health of our climate and...
Our Four Service Areas
We support technology providers
through technology research,
development, and demonstration.
We sup...
CTE Projects
4September 8, 2020
Fuel Cell Electric and H2 Projects
5
• Class 6 UPS Trucks
• Class 8 Drayage Trucks
• Marine Cargo Top Loader
• 40’ and 60’...
Operational Efficiency
6
1. Range
2. Passenger/Payload
3. Multiple Duty Cycles
1. Affordable CapEX
2. Affordable OpEx
Sept...
FCEV Advantages
7September 8, 2020
ZEB Infrastructure Scalability
8
Fleet Size
EffortandCost
FCEB BEB
PerBus Ø FCEB: High initial cost
for H2 fueling station...
Infrastructure Challenges
9September 8, 2020
BEB to FCEB Transition
10
Requesting $20 Million in CEC Funding Support for H2 Fueling Stations
• AC Transit
• Big Blue Bu...
ICT and ACT Regulations
11
Innovative Clean Transit
• Full transition to zero-emission
buses by 2040
• 2023, 25% of the to...
$115 Million for 123 LD H2 Stations – 180 by 2025
12September 8, 2020
Thank You!
Jaimie Levin
DI REC TOR of West Coast Operat i ons
Center for Transportation & the Environment
(510) 851-0625
J...
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Renewable Hydrogen in Support of Growing Demand for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles by Jaimie Levin

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Jaimie Levin, Senior Program Manager and Director of West Coast Office at The Center for Transportation and the Environment gave this presentation at Forth's webinar on September 08, 2020

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Renewable Hydrogen in Support of Growing Demand for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles by Jaimie Levin

  1. 1. Renewable Hydrogen in Support of Growing Demand for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Forth Mobility Webinar on Renewable Hydrogen – 9/08/2020 Jaimie Levin D i r e c t o r o f W e s t C o a s t O p e r a t i o n s Center for Transportation & the Environment
  2. 2. About CTE WHO WE ARE 501(c)(3) nonprofit engineering and planning firm OUR MI SSI ON Improve the health of our climate and communities by bringing people together to develop and commercialize clean, efficient, and sustainable transportation technologies PORTFOLI O $600+ million • Research, demonstration, deployment • 90 Active Projects totaling over $316 million OUR FOCUS Zero-Emission Transportation Technologies NATI ONAL PRESENCE Atlanta, Berkeley, Los Angeles, St. PaulSeptember 8, 2020 2
  3. 3. Our Four Service Areas We support technology providers through technology research, development, and demonstration. We support early adopters by providing the best technical solutions for initial deployments. We help fleet operators implement strategic plans for full electrification. We help organizations of all shapes and sizes stay ahead of the technology curve. 3September 8, 2020
  4. 4. CTE Projects 4September 8, 2020
  5. 5. Fuel Cell Electric and H2 Projects 5 • Class 6 UPS Trucks • Class 8 Drayage Trucks • Marine Cargo Top Loader • 40’ and 60’ Transit Buses • HD and LD H2 Stations September 8, 2020
  6. 6. Operational Efficiency 6 1. Range 2. Passenger/Payload 3. Multiple Duty Cycles 1. Affordable CapEX 2. Affordable OpEx September 8, 2020
  7. 7. FCEV Advantages 7September 8, 2020
  8. 8. ZEB Infrastructure Scalability 8 Fleet Size EffortandCost FCEB BEB PerBus Ø FCEB: High initial cost for H2 fueling stations can be leveraged over many buses in larger fleets Ø BEB: More equipment and infrastructure is needed to support larger fleets September 8, 2020
  9. 9. Infrastructure Challenges 9September 8, 2020
  10. 10. BEB to FCEB Transition 10 Requesting $20 Million in CEC Funding Support for H2 Fueling Stations • AC Transit • Big Blue Bus (Santa Monica) • County Connection (CCCTA - Concord) • Foothill Transit (West Covina) • Golden Empire Transit (GET – Bakersfield) • Golden Gate Transit (Marin) • Gold Coast (Ventura) • Long Beach Transit • Monterey-Salinas Transit • North County Transit (Oceanside) • OmniTrans (San Bernardino) • San Diego Metropolitan Transit System • San Joaquin Regional Transit District • Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District • Shasta Regional Transportation Agency • SunLine Transit District (Thousand Palms) • Tri-Delta Transit (ECCTA – Antioch) • Victor Valley Transit (Hesperia) GRANT FUNDING OPPORTUNITY Zero-Emission Transit Fleet Infrastructure Deployment Clean Transportation Program GFO-20-602 www.energy.ca.gov/contracts/index.html State of California California Energy Commission July 2020 September 8, 2020
  11. 11. ICT and ACT Regulations 11 Innovative Clean Transit • Full transition to zero-emission buses by 2040 • 2023, 25% of the total number of new bus purchases in each calendar year must be zero- emission buses • 2026, 50% of the total number of new bus purchases in each calendar year must be zero- emission buses • 2029, 100% new bus purchases must be zero-emission buses • Purchased new buses delivered within two years from the initial date of a Notice to Proceed Advanced Clean Truck 10,524 Buses September 8, 2020
  12. 12. $115 Million for 123 LD H2 Stations – 180 by 2025 12September 8, 2020
  13. 13. Thank You! Jaimie Levin DI REC TOR of West Coast Operat i ons Center for Transportation & the Environment (510) 851-0625 Jaimie@CTE.tv 13September 8, 2020

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