South Shore Clean Cities News
July 2010
E85 Dispensers now UL certified:
Underwriters Laboratory (UL)
has simultaneously issued certifications to both the Gilbarco Veeder-Root EncoreŽE85 fueling dispenser and the Dresser Wayne Ovation ŽEco fueling E85 dispenser.  These fuel pumps are now completely certified and approved for dispensing any range of fuel ethanol from E0 through E85. Learn more.
Ethanol Energy Balance Study:
The US Department of Agriculture
has issued its "2008 Energy Balance for the Corn-Ethanol Industry" report, and the findings are good news.  It concludes that ethanol has a net energy gain of up to 130 percent, that corn yields are up (on the same number of acres) nitrogen fertilizer use is down, and many ethanol plants are adopting greener and cleaner methods of generating energy and operating more efficiently.  The USDA report is getting good press, like this article in the Star Tribune.
This years Summer Intern is...
Mitch Hanak
We would like to welcome our newest intern, Mitch Hanak! Mitch will be a sophomore at Indiana University in the fall, where he is studying business and informatics. He will be interning with SSCC for ten weeks and all of us at SSCC are glad to have him on board. In his free time, Mitch keeps himself busy with a broad range of hobbies and interests, including cycling and singing. He also plays on IU's Ultimate Frisbee team.
 
 




Denver International Airport's use of alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles is the focus of this week's Clean Cities success story.  The airport uses a variety of vehicles in its fleet, including natural gas, bi-fuel and electric vehicles. In addition, it recently added electric police mobility vehicles that are being used for traffic control.
 
Produced by Maryland Public Television's MotorWeek program, this short segment will air on PBS stations nationwide starting June 26, 2010 (in the regular weekly MotorWeek timeslot on your local PBS station). It will also be broadcasted on the SPEED Channel on cable and satellite networks beginning July 3, 2010.
 
For show times in your area, check the MotorWeek and SPEED Channel Web sites. While many local PBS affiliates are still broadcasting in standard definition, viewers with newer widescreen televisions can watch the episode in 16:9 hi-definition on the SPEED channel.
Previous segments in the series are now available on the Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center (AFDC)
We'll continue to keep you posted on upcoming segments.
Upcoming Events From South Shore Clean Cities!
Visit our website for more information on the following events and stay tuned for more SSCC Events.

Propane Road Show
Friday, July 30, 2010
Zion Ballpark "Field of Dreams"
Zion, Illinois, 60099

Asthma Awareness Day
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Railcats Stadium
1 Stadium Plaza Gary, IN 46402