Alternative Fuel Vehicle Acquisition Screening and Analysis  

Education Type: 
Live Online
Duration: 
2 Hours
Level: 
Advanced
Date: 
03-24-2021
Time: 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
Prerequisites: 

None

FEMP IACET: 
0.3 CEU

The AFV Acquisition Screening and Analysis virtual training hosted by NREL is designed to introduce Fleet Managers to the AFV Screening Tool in FleetDASH and other available analysis methods that identify existing fleet vehicles as good candidates for replacement by electric vehicles or other AFVs. The course follows the Electric Vehicle Champion training series that introduced electric vehicle technologies. Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to identify the best EV and other AFV candidates in their fleet in support of the annual vehicle ordering cycle and outyear planning.

Instructor

Mark Singer, Senior Transportation Analyst, National Renewable Energy Lab, M.S.I.E Purdue University  

Mark Singer has supported the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) Fleet task since joining NREL in 2009 and is the project manager for the Fleet Sustainability Dashboard (FleetDASH) web application tracking fleet fuel use behaviors. Mark has supported DOE advanced vehicle technology efforts with analytic expertise ranging vehicle acquisition planning, alternative fuel infrastructure siting, sustainable fleet operations reporting, regulatory implementation, and consumer acceptance. Mark developed a background in data visualization, decision support tool development, and reporting across a range of industries and functional areas. He has an M.S. in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this webinar, attendees will:

  • Understand the Federal Fleet AFV acquisition statutory requirements;
  • Understand the considerations that affect successful AFV implementations;
  • Access the AFV Screening Tool in FleetDASH;
  • Identify portions of the fleet with concentrations of AFV candidates;
  • Identify portions of the fleet with high alternative fuel availability;
  • Identify petroleum reduction potential by AFV technology;
  • Identify AFV annual operating cost savings estimates; and
  • Understand the value of telematics to classify electric vehicle candidates.
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