Transportation Energy Partners

Transportation Energy Partners (TEP) is pleased to announce the following up-coming webinar and to provide links to previously held webinars.


TEP's Campaign to Enhance Funding for DOE's Clean Cities Program

April 24, 2014, 2:00 to 3:00 PM EDT

In this webinar Transportation Energy Partners presented current alternative fuels policy, including TEP's appropriations request to enhance funding for the Clean Cities program, and the status of efforts to extend the expired alternative fuels tax incentives.


What will happen to the alternative fuels tax credits, the renewable fuels standard, and other important federal policies?

March 13, 2014

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As we approach this year’s Energy Independence Summit, we want to make sure that Clean Cities Coordinators get the most out of the event – before, during and after.

This valuable webinar provides the latest information on federal alternative fuels policies and prepares participants for the upcoming Energy Independence Summit on March 30 – April 2 in Washington, DC. The presenters include Paul Kerkhoven, NGVAmerica; Ben Evans, National Biodiesel Board; and Phil Squair, National Propane Gas Association. The topics include:

  • Strategies for renewing the expired alternative fuels tax incentives;
  • Actions you can take to combat the oil industry’s attack on the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS);
  • How you can support TEP’s plan to increase funding for the Clean Cities program; and
  • Preparing yourself and your stakeholders to maximize your effectiveness on Capitol Hill Day at the upcoming Energy Independence Summit 2014.

  • Natural Gas Leaders Address Exciting Developments in Vehicles and Infrastructure

    January 30, 2014

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    Transportation Energy Partners (TEP) is pleased to announce a webinar on January 30th, 2014 at 2 pm. In this webinar, TEP outlined the progress made in infrastructure and fueling station developments and discussed product availability. Mr. Mark Aubry, Westport’s Senior Director, Sales and Marketing NA and Mr. Mark Riley, Clean Energy’s Vice President, Eastern Region provided updates on:

    • Westport’s product updates since the acquisition of BAF and other progress on natural gas vehicles
    • Clean Energy’s development of new fueling system infrastructure
    • Clean Energy's development of renewable natural gas
    • Clean Energy and Westport's joint incentives program for purchase of vehicles and fuels


      What do the Sequester, Budget Battles, and Potential Tax Reform Mean for Alternative Fuels? Preparing for Capitol Hill Day at Energy Independence Summit 2013

      March 26, 2013

      In this webinar, Transportation Energy Partners (TEP) provided the latest information on federal alternative fuels policies and prepared participants for the upcoming 2013 Energy Independence Summit.


      Getting the most out of Energy Independence Summit 2013: A Special Webinar for Clean Cities Coordinators

      January 29, 2013

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      As we approach this year’s Energy Independence Summit, we want to make sure that Clean Cities Coordinators get the most out of the event – before, during and after.

      During the webinar, we:

      • reviewed the agenda and goals for this year’s event,
      • discussed Capitol Hill Day and provided ideas on how to utilize the meetings to build long term relationships with your Members of Congress and their staff,
      • provided tips on how to organize successful meetings with Congressional offices and how best to follow up throughout the year, and
      • provided information on the exclusive assistance available to Coordinators – help with hotels and conference fees and with scheduling your Capitol Hill Day meetings
      • As you know, the Energy Independence Summit provides a unique opportunity to learn firsthand about federal policies and programs, network with key policymakers and industry leaders, and help make sure that decision makers in Washington are aware of the broad-based support for clean transportation energy. Fellow Clean Cities Coordinators from around the country shared past experiences of their successful activities at the Energy Independence Summit. They talked about how they have leveraged their Summit participation into relationships, visibility for their Coalitions and projects, and funding that has enhanced their local Coalition’s work at home.


        Post-Election Roundup: What the Results Mean for Alternative Fuels and Vehicles

        December 12, 2012

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        The past four years have seen fierce partisan battles in Congress hold up what used to be bipartisan causes, creating uncertainty and delaying many helpful opportunities for stakeholders in the clean transportation industry. Our panelists will present the key opportunities in the face of gridlock, forecast what, if anything, will change with the President's new mandate, and share how alternative fuels leaders can get the most out of the next four years... and beyond.

        The election may have answered who the next President will be, but it raises many more questions. Will the President be able to work with Congress? What will be likely priorities in the second administration? What new opportunities will there be? Transportation Energy Partners (TEP) brought together key experts to help answer these questions and more.

        Introduction: Phillip Wiedmeyer, Alabama Clean Fuels and Transportation Energy Partners

        Moderator: Ken Brown, Transportation Energy Partners

        Panelists:

        Genevieve Cullen, Vice President, Electric Drive Transportation Association

        Paul Kerkhoven, Director of Government Relations, Natural Gas Vehicles for America

        Phil Squair, Senior Vice President, Public & Governmental Affairs, National Propane Gas Association

        Daniel J. Weiss, Senior Fellow and the Director of Climate Strategy, Center for American Progress




        MAP-21: What the New Transportation Law Means for Alternative Fuels and Vehicles.

        October 25, 2012

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        This webinar featured Program Managers from the U.S. Department of Transportation and focused on changes in the new law that impact alternative vehicles and how best to access resources under MAP-21.

        In July, Congress finally passed and President Obama signed legislation to reauthorize the nation’s federal surface transportation law. MAP-21, the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (P.L. 112-141) is the first long-term highway authorization enacted since 2005 and provides more than $105 billion for surface transportation programs in fiscal years 2013 and 2014.

        Historically, the Department of Transportation has provided significant resources to support alternative vehicles through the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program, the Clean Fuels Grants for buses and several other programs. Under the new law, some programs have been enhanced, some have been eliminated, and new opportunities have been created.

 
 
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