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Fleet AFV Program Report for Fiscal Year 2004 (April 18, 2005)


May 16, 2005

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This Department of State Fleet AFV Program Report for Fiscal Year 2004 presents data on the number of alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) acquired in fiscal year (FY) 2004 and planned acquisitions and projections for FY 2005 and FY 2006. The Department of State (DOS) developed the report in accordance with guidelines prescribed by the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (EPAct; 42 U.S.C. 13211-13219) as amended by the Energy Conservation Reauthorization Act of 1998 (ECRA; Public Law 105-388) and Executive Order (EO) 13149. For FY 2004, the DOS acquired a total of 84 light-duty (LD) non-exempt or "covered" vehicles and generated 92 AFV credits, resulting in an AFV-acquisition percentage of 110% (92/84), which exceeds the EPAct requirement of 75%.

Legislative Requirements

EPAct requires that 75% of all covered LD vehicles acquired for Federal fleets in FY 1999 and beyond must be AFVs; a covered fleet consists of 20 or more vehicles that are capable of being centrally fueled and are operated in a metropolitan statistical area with a population of more than 250,000 people based on the 1980 census. Certain emergency, law enforcement and national defense vehicles are exempt from these requirements. EPAct requires that the head of each Federal agency submit a report to Congress outlining the agency's AFV acquisitions and future plans by November 13th of each year. Because the end-of-fiscal-year data necessary for preparing that report are not available from GSA and other sources until mid-November, DOS filed a timely preliminary report that indicated a full report would be forthcoming as soon as possible after receipt of the GSA data; that report is submitted herein.

EO 13149 directs Federal agencies operating fleets of 20 or more vehicles within the US to reduce their annual petroleum consumption by at least 20% by the end of FY 2005 (compared to FY 1999 levels) by using alternative fuels in AFVs more than 50% of the time, improving the average fuel economy of new LD petroleum-fueled vehicle acquisitions by 1 mile per gallon (mpg) by FY 2002 and 3 mpg by FY 2005, and by using other appropriate fleet management efficiency measures.

DOS Approach to Compliance with EPAct and EO 13149

To achieve compliance with the legislative mandates of EPAct and with EO 13149, DOS's strategy for vehicle acquisitions is as follows:

  • To the maximum extent that AFVs meeting operational requirements are available from original equipment manufacturers, all purchases of covered vehicles will be AFVs, with the exception of the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC) vehicles which are in remote locations and do not have access to compressed natural gas (CNG) and E-85 (a blend of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline, as it is normally sold). To facilitate achieving this objective, the DOS's Fleet Management Division in Washington, DC centrally purchases new vehicles for all but IBWC to the extent practicable. However, outright purchases typically comprise only a small percentage of DOS annual non-exempt LD vehicle acquisitions.
  • In FY 2004, leases made up 94% of the non-exempt LD acquisitions. Of those leases, 92% were leased from the General Services Administration (GSA). DOS has set a policy that all vehicle leases will be AFVs to the extent that AFVs meeting operational requirements are available, except in the case of IBWC vehicles. Because IBWC's vehicles operate in fairly remote areas where CNG and E-85 fuels are completely unavailable, even CNG bi-fuel or E-85 flex-fuel AFVs (which can operate on the alternative fuel or on gasoline) generally are not acquired by IBWC as it is unlikely that the vehicles will be refueled with the alternative fuel.
  • CNG use: DOS is now operating 17 dedicated CNG vehicles in the Washington DC metropolitan area: six buses, eight sedans, two LD 4X2 vans, and one medium-duty (MD) van. DOS also operates 22 CNG bi-fuel vehicles. Lack of adequate refueling infrastructure continues to cause serious problems, especially for the dedicated CNG buses. The buses have the CNG fuel tank capacity to last two days before refueling but are unable to get enough fuel pressure from the CNG pump that is convenient to them to allow driving for more than one day. Consequently, the buses must refill every day, which incurs additional costs in manpower and fuel.
  • Biodiesel use: For the last four years, the DOS planned for some of its diesel-operated trucks and buses to begin using biodiesel fuel procured from the Pentagon CITGO station, where a B20 pump was to be installed. Although the installation did not occur in FY 2004, the DOS started using B20 from that site after it became available in FY 2005. The DOS is also establishing measures that will allow DOS to buy B20 at the Arlington County Transit Authority's refueling site in Shirlington, VA.
  • Baseline change: In December 2004, the DOS requested and was granted a change to the FY 1999 baseline of the "EO 13149 Covered Petroleum Consumption" reported in the Federal Automotive Statistical Tool (FAST). DOS requested the change for several reasons:
  1. Reclassification of some of the vehicles in the Diplomatic Security (DS) Domestic Fleet that had formerly been considered law enforcement. Improvements in vehicle management, as well as better guidance and more detailed definitions from DOE, have revealed that while most of the 917-vehicle DS fleet has law enforcement equipment, there are 174 vehicles that do not have such equipment. Therefore, in FY 2004 these 174 vehicles were for the first time counted as non-LE, and their fuel usage was included in the revision to the FY 1999 baseline.
  2. Reclassification of Special Purpose vehicle fuel. The fuel used by 27 special purpose vehicles (SPV) (e.g., street sweepers, water trucks) under the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC) had been treated by the FAST system as exempt. In FY 2004, FAST was reprogrammed to treat SPV fuel usage as non-exempt, reflecting an updated interpretation of EO 13149 by DOE. Therefore, the fuel used by these vehicles has now been included in the newly revised FY 1999 baseline.
  3. Reallocation of exempt fuel: The annual report provided by GSA for DOS on its GSA-leased vehicles contained a greater level of detail (fuel use was by Bureau code) in FY 2004 than in previous years. This allowed a more precise allocation of fuel between the law enforcement and non-law enforcement vehicles than has been possible in the past. The same estimation process was used each year, but the increased detail in the fuel data this year showed that there should have been an increase in the proportion of fuel estimated for the non-exempt vehicles. This increase was incorporated in the revised FY 1999 baseline now shown in the FY 2004 FAST Petroleum Consumption report (Appendix A).

DOS Fleet Compliance for FY 2004

Figure 1 illustrates AFV acquisitions (plus AFV credits) by DOS in FY 2004 and projections for FY 2005 and FY 2006. For FY 2004, the DOS acquired (through purchases and leases) 90 LD vehicles that were not law enforcement, which included 6 vehicles exempt due to operating outside of a Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), resulting in a total of 84 non-exempt LD vehicle acquisitions.

A total of 92 AFV acquisition credits were earned in FY 2004 as follows:
87 - AFV acquisitions for LD vehicles (all bi/flex-fuels)
5 - Credit for acquisition of 5 CNG bi-fuel MD vehicles

Figure 1. DOS's AFV Acquisitions and Credits vs. EPAct Requirement for FY 2004 and Projections for FY 2005 and FY 2006

When the FY 2004 AFV credits (92) are divided by the number of non-exempt LD vehicle acquisitions (84), the result is 110%, which exceeds the EPAct requirement of 75% (see Table 1). Appendix B contains FAST data on the numbers and types of LD vehicles that the DOS leased or purchased for the non-exempt fleet in FY 2004.

Table 1. DOS's Acquisition of AFVs in FY 2004


DOS Fleet
EPAct-Covered Acquisitions
AFV Acquisition Requirements for
FY 2004
Total AFV Acquisitions (including credits)
EPAct percentage
Domestic Fleet
84
63
92
110%

DOS's Fleet AFV Acquisitions for FY 2005 and FY 2006

DOS plans to acquire AFVs exclusively for its non-exempt fleet, except where operational requirements make that impractical or when the type of vehicle required is not offered as an AFV by the manufacturers. In FY 2005, DOS plans to lease 6 more CNG dedicated sedans, 3 CNG bi-fuel vehicles (including 2 MD pickups), as well as 35 LD E-85 flex-fuel vehicles. In FY 2006, DOS plans to acquire 6 CNG bi-fuel vehicles, and 13 E-85 flex-fuel vehicles. The CNG vehicles (dedicated and bi-fuel) will be used in the Washington, DC area. The availability of adequate CNG fuel remains a concern and could affect these plans. With the additional credits that these and other AFV acquisitions will earn, the DOS expects to achieve an EPAct percentage significantly exceeding the 75% requirement in both years.

Special Plans by DOS for AFV Refueling Opportunities

For a few years DOS sought funding to construct its own CNG refueling station in the Washington, DC area, but the high cost could not be justified. The 6 CNG dedicated buses are especially a problem in that the CNG refueling equipment that they use at the Pentagon Quarters K CITGO is not adequate to give them a full fill. Their alternate site, which is less convenient, is in southeast D.C. near the Washington Navy Yard. DOS is partnering with Arlington County to install CNG refueling equipment in Shirlington to meet their combined needs. This refueling capability is expected to be available in the late summer or early fall of 2005.

DOS was planning to use B20 instead of conventional diesel fuel in its diesel-operated vehicles when biodiesel fuel became available. Most of these vehicles are located in the Washington, DC area and started using B20 at the Pentagon CITGO station after it became available in FY 2005. DOS also continues to explore other options for biodiesel use, such as accessing the B20 pumps at the Arlington County refueling site in Shirlington and at Andrews Air Force Base.

E-85 is available at the Pentagon CITGO station, which is fairly conveniently located for refueling some DOS E-85 flex-fuel vehicles. Recently, a renewed effort at heightening driver awareness to use E-85 was initiated. Key fobs and stickers encouraging the use of E-85 have been sent out to the offices in the Washington, DC area where flex-fuel vehicles are assigned. These items have been accompanied by a memorandum explaining the need for using E-85. The Fleet Management Division has received positive feedback from this effort.

Alternative Fuel Use by DOS Fleet in FY 2004

Fuel use data for the DOS's covered (non-exempt) vehicle fleet in FY 2004 is shown in Table 2.

Table 2. DOS Fuel Use in FY 2004 (for covered vehicles)

Fuel Type
Quantity
Unit
Diesel
50,592
GGE
Gasoline
239,484
GGE
CNG
22,159
GGE
E-85
3,461
GGE

The alternative fuel usage is based on the best data that is available, but because there are coding problems at point of sale (on fuel type and number of units of fuel purchased), especially for CNG, some estimation is involved based on the dollars spent on the fuel type. Fortunately, the Pentagon CITGO station, which is used by many of the DOS vehicles, is at least able to code purchases as E-85 or CNG, rather than recording them as gasoline purchases, even though each CNG purchase is still recorded as 1 unit of fuel sold rather than the number of gallons.

Petroleum Consumption Trend

Fuel consumption: Table 3 shows a history of DOS's non-exempt petroleum usage and the revisions of the FY 1999 baseline consumption of petroleum (gasoline and diesel combined) as the number of vehicles for which DOS assumed reporting responsibility grew. The FY 2004 petroleum usage shows a reduction of 1.2% from the newly updated FY 1999 baseline. However, this aggregated DOS percentage fails to reflect the success of the original DOS fleet (Fleet Management Office (FMO)) for which the FY 1999 baseline was set in FY 2000, and for which the original EO 13149 Compliance Strategy was written.

As background, in FY 1999 the original non-exempt DOS fleet consisted of 157 vehicles operated by the Fleet Management Office (FMO). In the last two years, DOS assumed reporting responsibility for an additional 360 non-exempt vehicles as follows:

  • 174 Diplomatic Security vehicles
  • 16 vehicles operated by miscellaneous assignments outside the Washington DC area (such as International Pacific Halibut Commission and the U.N.)
  • 150 IBWC vehicles (which are generally assigned in remote locations with no alternative fuel available)
  • Also, the FMO fleet has grown by more than 20 vehicles to fill operational requirements stemming from the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Looking strictly at the original 157-vehicle FMO fleet, for which the original FY 1999 baseline of 91,780 GGEs was set, CNG consumption has risen from 2,237 GGEs in FY 1999 to 22,145 GGEs in FY 2004 due to the replacement of diesel/gas buses and vans with CNG dedicated vehicles. That represents a displacement of petroleum fuel use of 19,908 GGEs (22,145 GGEs - 2,237 GGEs) from the original 91,780-GGE baseline — a 21.7% reduction in petroleum fuel usage since FY 1999.

The success of the original 157-vehicle FMO fleet is due to:

  • The relatively small number of vehicles centrally controlled (leased/purchased/administered/dispatched) by one office (FMO).
  • The office exercising this centralized control is committed to meeting EO 13149 and acquired CNG dedicated vehicles accordingly (and had the significant incremental funding necessary to pay for them).
  • Availability of some CNG in the Washington DC metropolitan area, where the 17 dedicated CNG vehicles operate (although refueling is difficult in that the CNG refueling equipment that is available is barely adequate).
However, the number of non-exempt vehicles being reported in the covered DOS fleet has more than tripled in size since FY 1999 (going from 157 to 517), and for much of this larger fleet these success factors do not apply.

Table 3. DOS Petroleum Fuel Use (for covered vehicles)

Year

Petroleum Consumption (GGE)

# of Non-exempt Vehicles

FY 1999 original baseline

91,780

157

FY 2000

87,548

155

FY 2001

83,902

168

FY 2002

99,131

179

FY 1999 baseline revised (1/04)

179, 411

317

FY 2003

176,184

317

FY 1999 baseline revised (12/04)

293,729

517

FY 2004

290,076

517

Fuel economy: In FY 1999, the average fuel economy of the conventional-fuel, non-exempt, LD acquisitions (there were 15) was 15.7 miles per gallon (mpg).

  • By FY 2002, the average was 17.8, which exceeds the requirement in EO 13149 to increase the average fuel economy by 1 mpg by the end of FY 2002 for the covered LD acquisitions over the FY 1999 baseline.
  • In FY 2003, the average fuel economy was 18.0 mpg for the conventional-fuel, non-exempt, LD acquisitions (there were 13).
In FY 2004, the average fuel economy was 18.7 mpg for the conventional-fuel, non-exempt, LD acquisitions. With the larger fleet for which DOS is now reporting, there were 213 such acquisitions. This FY 2004 average fuel economy meets the EO 13149 requirement to increase the fuel economy by 3.0 mpg over the FY 1999 baseline (which was 15.7 mpg) by FY 2005.

Efficiency measures: FMO personnel have practiced appropriate fleet management efficiency measures and encouraged others to do the same in the ongoing effort to reduce petroleum consumption. Specifically, in October 2004 FMO authored a Department Notice soliciting the cooperation of all DOS employees, especially drivers, vehicle custodians, and managers in reducing petroleum consumption by

  • Driving vehicles more efficiently (slow starts, observing posted speed limits, removing unnecessary cargo, adhering to established maintenance schedules)
  • Combining trips
  • Reducing the number of assigned vehicles
  • Sub-pooling or shared-use of vehicles between offices located in close proximity to one another
  • Conducting business by telephone, e-mail or teleconference
  • Using commercial delivery services, taxi cabs, DOS shuttle buses, and public transportation
  • Placing transport requirements on contractors
  • Using CNG and E85 in bi-fuel and flex-fuel vehicles, respectively
  • Ordering AFVs and smaller and/or more fuel-efficient models (including hybrids) to replace current vehicles (e.g., replacing large 4x4 SUVs with FFV minivans).

Despite these recent efforts to raise employee awareness, it is unlikely that DOS can meet the EO 13149 mandates by the end of FY 2005. The large increase in the number of covered vehicles reported by DOS occurred too late in the five-year period since EO 13149 was signed. This has left insufficient time for putting in place management controls and refueling infrastructure to achieve the reductions.

Conclusion

The DOS is fully committed to compliance with EPAct requirements. With its policy of acquiring AFVs exclusively for its non-exempt fleet, except where operational requirements make it impractical, DOS expects to continue its record of exceeding the 75 % EPAct percentage for FY 2005 and FY 2006 acquisitions.

With the number of AFVs increasing, and the developments for CNG and B20 fuel becoming available in the Washington DC area in FY 2005 at two new sites, alternative fuel usage is expected to continue to increase. Excellent progress has been made by the original 157-vehicle non-exempt fleet that DOS reported on in FY 1999, and upon which the original petroleum fuel consumption baseline was established. Because of the replacement of diesel/gas vehicles with CNG dedicated vehicles (most notably 6 buses) the petroleum fuel consumption for this group of vehicles has been reduced by 21.7% from the FY 1999 level.

Due to increases in the numbers of vehicles for which DOS has reporting responsibility, as well as increased accuracy in accounting for law enforcement vehicles, the DOS "non-exempt fleet" has more than tripled in size, so the 20% petroleum fuel use reduction goal is unlikely to be met for this larger fleet. Nonetheless, DOS will continue working to achieve that goal as soon as possible.


Appendix A

Department of State
Petroleum Consumption Report

E.O. 13149 Covered Petroleum Consumption in GGE
 
FY 1999
Baseline
 FY2000 
 FY2001 
 FY2002 
 FY2003 
 FY2004 
 FY2005 
Gasoline
248,086      
58,733      
65,753      
70,538      
140,888      
239,484      
     
Diesel
45,643      
28,816      
18,149      
17,877      
35,296      
50,592      
     
Diesel component from biodiesel
0     
0      
0      
0      
0      
     
TOTAL
293,729      
87,549      
83,902      
88,415      
176,184      
290,076      
     
Reduction*
N/A
70.2 %  
71.4 %  
69.9 %  
40.0 %  
1.2 %  
 

* This is the % reduction compared to the new FY 1999 Baseline Total. The original FY 1999 baseline was increased in December 2004 (explanation is on page 2 in section on "DOS Approach to Compliance with EPAct and E.O. 13149"). Hence, the reductions calculated in F.A.S.T. for FY 2000 to FY 2003 (e.g., 71.4%) are not meaningful because the consumption (by a much smaller number of vehicles) for those years is being compared to the new baseline. Only the FY 2004 reduction percentage is a correct measure of progress.

Alternative Fuel Consumption (in GGE)
 
 
 FY2000 
 FY2001 
 FY2002 
 FY2003 
 FY2004 
 FY2005 
CNG
 
831      
6,709      
7,091      
19,649      
22,159      
     
LNG
 
0      
0      
0      
0      
0      
     
LPG
 
0      
0      
0      
0      
0      
     
E-85
 
0      
15,486      
1,771      
3,787      
3,461      
     
Electric
 
0      
0      
0      
0      
0      
     
M-85
 
0      
0      
0      
0      
0      
     
Biodiesel (B100)*
 
0      
0      
0      
0      
0      
     
TOTAL
 
831      
22,195      
8,862      
23,436      
25,620      
Estimated Total Fuel Used in AFVs
11,200      
24,347      
53,800      
53,400      
124,059      
     
% of Alt Fuel Use in AFVs w/o biodiesel*
7.4196 %  
91.161 %  
16.472 %  
43.887 %  
20.651 %  
 
 

*The large fluctuations from year-to-year in the alternative fuel use percentage reflect the lack of actual alternative fuel use data for the GSA-leased AFVs and the difficulty of applying consistent assumptions and estimation techniques.  However, alternative fuel use data from GSA, as well as "at-the-pump" data capture, are improving, such that the AF utilization percentage shown for FY2004 is believed to be relatively reliable.

Average Fuel Economy of non-AFV Light-Duty Vehicle Acquisitions (in mpg)
 
FY 1999
Baseline
 FY2000 
 FY2001 
 FY2002 
 FY2003 
 FY2004 
 FY2005 
Fuel Economy
15.7
17.8
18.2
17.8
18.0
18.7
Change Compared to Baseline
2.1
2.5
2.1
2.3
3.0
 

Appendix B
Department of State
Complex-Wide AFV Report 2004 - Actual
Actuals Department of State FY 2004 Vehicle Acquisitions
Actuals FY 2004 Light-Duty Vehicle Acquisitions
Total Vehicle Inventory
  Leased Purchased Total
Total number of Light-Duty (8,500 GVWR) - Vehicle Acquisitions
294
6
300
1,089
Exemptions Fleet Size
0
0
0
0
Geographic
0
0
0
0
Law Enforcement
209
1
210
739
Non-MSA Operation (fleet)
0
0
0
0
Non-MSA Operation (vehicles)
3
3
6
(n/a)
EPACT Covered Acquisitions
82
2
84
350
Actuals FY 2004 AFV Acquisitions
Total Vehicle Inventory
Vehicle
Leased
Purchased
Total
Sedan CNG Bi-Fuel Subcompact
0
0
0
1
Sedan CNG Bi-Fuel Compact
0
0
0
1
Sedan E-85 Flex-Fuel Compact
1
0
1
5
Sedan E-85 Flex-Fuel Midsize
3
0
3
39
Sedan CNG Dedicated Large
0
0
0
8
Sedan E-85 Flex-Fuel Large
21
0
21
0
Pickup 4x2 E-85 Flex-Fuel
0
0
0
4
SUV 4x2 E-85 Flex-Fuel
40
0
40
40
SUV 4x4 E-85 Flex-Fuel
16
2
18
54
Minivan 4x2 (Passeng E-85 Flex-Fuel
3
0
3
26
Van 4x2 (Passenger) CNG Bi-Fuel
0
1
1
3
Van 4x2 (Passenger) CNG Dedicated
0
0
0
1
Van 4x2 (Passenger) E-85 Flex-Fuel
0
0
0
23
Van 4x2 (Cargo) CNG Dedicated
0
0
0
1
Bus CNG Dedicated
0
0
0
6
Van MD (Passenger) CNG Bi-Fuel
4
0
4
15
Van MD (Passenger) CNG Dedicated
0
0
0
1
Van MD (Cargo) CNG Bi-Fuel
1
0
1
8
HD 16,001 + GVWR CNG Bi-Fuel
0
0
0
1
Total Number of AFV Acquisitions
89
3
92
237
Zero Emission Vehicle Credits
0
0
0
0
Dedicated Light-Duty AFV Credits
0
0
0
0
Dedicated Medium-Duty AFV Credits
0
0
0
0
Dedicated Heavy-Duty AFV Credits
0
0
0
0
Biodiesel Fuel Usage Credits - Actuals
0
0
0
0
Total AFV Acquisitions with Credits
89
3
92
0
AFV Percentage of Covered Light-Duty Vehicle Acquisition
110 %


Appendix B (continued)

Department of State
Complex-Wide AFV Report 2005 - Planned

Planned Department of State FY 2005 Vehicle Acquisitions
Planned FY 2005 Light-Duty Vehicle Acquisitions
  Leased Purchased Total
Total number of Light-Duty (8,500 GVWR) - Vehicle Acquisitions
145
13
158
Exemptions Fleet Size
0
0
0
Geographic
0
0
0
Law Enforcement
106
7
113
Non-MSA Operation (fleet)
0
0
0
Non-MSA Operation (vehicles)
4
0
4
EPACT Covered Acquisitions
35
6
41
Planned FY 2005 AFV Acquisitions
Vehicle
Leased
Purchased
Total
Sedan E-85 Flex-Fuel Midsize
3
0
3
Sedan CNG Dedicated Large
6
0
6
Pickup 4x2 E-85 Flex-Fuel
3
0
3
SUV 4x2 E-85 Flex-Fuel
2
0
2
SUV 4x4 E-85 Flex-Fuel
4
0
4
Minivan 4x2 (Passenger) CNG Bi-Fuel
1
0
1
Minivan 4x2 (Passenger) E-85 Flex-Fuel
16
0
16
Van 4x2 (Passenger) E-85 Flex-Fuel
2
0
2
Pickup MD CNG Bi-Fuel
2
0
2
SUV MD E-85 Flex-Fuel
5
0
5
Total Number of AFV Acquisitions
44
0
44
Zero Emission Vehicle Credits
0
0
0
Dedicated Light-Duty AFV Credits
6
0
6
Dedicated Medium-Duty AFV Credits
0
0
0
Dedicated Heavy-Duty AFV Credits
0
0
0
Biodiesel Fuel Usage Credits - Planned
0
0
0
Total AFV Acquisitions with Credits
50
0
50
AFV Percentage of Covered Light-Duty Vehicle Acquisition
122 %


Appendix B (continued)

Department of State
Complex-Wide AFV Report 2006 - Projected

Projected Department of State FY 2006 Vehicle Acquisitions
Projected FY 2006 Light-Duty Vehicle Acquisitions
  Leased Purchased Total
Total number of Light-Duty (8,500 GVWR) - Vehicle Acquisitions
24
1
25
Exemptions Fleet Size
0
0
0
Geographic
0
0
0
Law Enforcement
8
0
8
Non-MSA Operation (fleet)
0
0
0
Non-MSA Operation (vehicles)
1
0
1
EPACT Covered Acquisitions
15
1
16
Projected FY 2006 AFV Acquisitions
Vehicle
Leased
Purchased
Total
Sedan CNG Bi-Fuel Subcompact
1
0
1
Pickup 4x2 E-85 Flex-Fuel
3
0
3
Pickup 4x4 E-85 Flex-Fuel
1
0
1
SUV 4x4 E-85 Flex-Fuel
3
1
4
Minivan 4x2 (Passenger) E-85 Flex-Fuel
5
0
5
Van MD (Passenger) CNG Bi-Fuel
5
0
5
Total Number of AFV Acquisitions
18
1
19
Zero Emission Vehicle Credits
0
0
0
Dedicated Light-Duty AFV Credits
0
0
0
Dedicated Medium-Duty AFV Credits
0
0
0
Dedicated Heavy-Duty AFV Credits
0
0
0
Biodiesel Fuel Usage Credits - Projected
0
0
1
Total AFV Acquisitions with Credits
18
1
20
AFV Percentage of Covered Light-Duty Vehicle Acquisition
125 %



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