Sustainable Operations to Achieve Climate Goals Mobile Pollution

Sustainable Operations to Achieve Climate Goals Mobile Pollution

Sustainable Operations to Achieve Climate Goals Mobile Pollution Sources at Ports Clean Air Goals and Reductions (from 2005 baseline) 2014 2014 2015 Goal Actuals Actuals 2023 Goal

DPM 72% 85% 85% 77% NOx 22%

52% 51% 59% SOx 93% 97% 97%

93% CAAP CO2e Progress 25 % 10 % National/International Challenges

Continued Emission Reductions for Non-Attainment Areas to Address Community Health Impacts Greenhouse Gas Reduction and Climate Change Alternative Fuel, Near Zero (hybrid) and Zero Emission Vehicles and Equipment Demonstration/Availability

International Regulation of Ships Level Playing Field Consistent and Comprehensive Enforcement National Ambient Air Quality Standards Nonattainment 6

National Ambient Air Quality Standards Nonattainment 7 Greenhouse Gas Reduction AB32 1990 Levels by 2020 80% Below 1990 Levels by 2050 City of Los Angeles 45% Below 1990 Levels by 2025

60% Below 1900 Levels by 2035 Scope 1, 2, and 3 Emissions 9 CAAP GHG Co-Benefits Vessel Speed Reduction Fuel consumption benefit per visit (as of 2015) 10 metric tons CO2 reduction per year (as of 2015) for Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach 99,991 tons

Shore Power As of 2015, CO2 reduction per visit 11 tons (includes electricity generation offset) In 2015, POLA had 741 AMP calls CO2 reduction/year = 8,151 tons CARB Multi-Source Grant Pasha Green Omni Terminal PASHA TERMINAL 40 acre Omni terminal (break bulk and containerized cargo)

Size and activity level a good model for other terminals or industrial facilities Testing ground for various zero and near-zero emission technologies Expandable and can be replicated Located near Disadvantaged Communities CARB Multi-Source Grant, Zero- and NearZero Emissions Technologies Electric yard tractors

High tonnage electric forklifts (8-ton & 15-ton) Standardized bi-directional charging systems Electric rubber tired gantry (RTG) cranes Solar-powered LED lights Integrated 1 MW solar photovoltaic and battery

storage system At-berth ship emission control systems to reduce harmful emissions EVERPORT CEC Advanced Yard Tractor Demonstration 205-acre container terminal Demonstrate near-zero and zero CHE in container terminal Testing ground for various zero and near-zero

emission technologies Expandable can be replicated at other terminals EVERPORT Advanced Yard Tractor Demonstration Battery Electric Yard Tractors 4 BYD Yard Tractors 1 Balqon Yard Tractor repower

Low NOx Natural Gas Yard Tractors Clean Energy 20 Capacity yard tractors w/ Cummins-Westport near-zero 0.02 gram/bhp-hr NOx engine Temporary renewable natural gas fueling system

Emission Reductions 1,099 tons per year (TPY) CO2e 240 LB diesel particulate matter (DPM) 12,820 LB nitrogen oxides (NOx) World Ports Climate Initiative Pacific Ports Clean Air Collaborative Mission: collaboration to improve operations, efficiency, air quality at Ports along the Pacific Rim Founding Members United States Environmental Protection Agency United States Maritime Administration (MARAD)

Port of Los Angeles Port of Shanghai Partners Ports along the Pacific Rim Regulatory Agencies Shipping Industry Partners Non-governmental Organizations Coordinated Goods Movement Planning is Essential Broad range strategic planning is more efficient Focused on mobile sources that cannot be regulated locally Ships Trains

Trucks Collaboration among stakeholders is critical Government Business Community Case Study North American Emissions Control Area (ECA) Local voluntary incentive in the CAAP State of California waters to 24 nm ECA to 200 nm Marpol Annex VI

Planning Efforts Must Be Sustainable North American ECA is excellent start Planning Efforts must be: Comprehensive

Coordinated with Existing Efforts Action Oriented (goals and timelines) Fair and not anti-competitive Federal and State Grants must be

coordinated based on goods movement priorities Thank You! Lisa Wunder Port of Los Angeles [email protected]

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