TCI Regional Policy Design Stakeholder Submissions

Material submitted through the TCI Public Input form from April 2019-February 2021 is viewable here. View input submitted from March 1, 2021 forward here. All material submitted on this page informed the participating jurisdictions in the 2019-2020 TCI regional policy design process. Click on the column headings to sort the submissions. 
First Last Affiliation City Statesort descending Input File
Lee Beck Global CCS Institute Washington District of Columbia
To whom it may concern,

on behalf of the Global CCS Institute I am submitting the report "THE LCFS AND CCS PROTOCOL: AN OVERVIEW FOR POLICYMAKERS AND PROJECT DEVELOPERS...
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Albert Gore Tesla Washington District of Columbia
Tesla TCI Comment 11.4.2019.pdf
Connor Dolan Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association Washington, D.C. District of Columbia
Statement of Support for TCI Framework.pdf
Alex Kragie Coalition for Green Capital Washington District of Columbia
Please see attached letter
Patrick Kelly API Washington District of Columbia
API TCI Comment Nov 2019.pdf
Shailesh Sahay POET LLC Washington District of Columbia
POET appreciates the opportunity to comment on the TCI Framework. Our comments are attached.
POET TCI Framework Comment-11.5.2019.pdf
Andrea Grant Independent Fuel Terminal Operators Association Washington District of Columbia
Please find the attached comments.
Comments of IFTOA on Proposed Transportation and Climate Initiative.pdf
Bruce Marsh DHL Washington District of Columbia
please see attached comments
DHL Comments to TCI.pdf
David Addington National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Washington District of Columbia
Please see attached NFIB comment letter dated January 9, 2020, on Transportation & Climate Initiative.
Howard White none Washington District of Columbia
Anything we can do to reduce carbon in the atmosphere is good.
Ray Nuesch Csaey Trees WASHINGTON District of Columbia
Evelyn Fraser Parent Washington District of Columbia
Pollution from transportation is our largest source of global warming emissions (regionally and nationally).

I want Washington DC to formally join the plan to reduce emissions....
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G. G. Johnson Concerned citizen Washington District of Columbia
it is most important to reduce pollution from transportation. it is the primary source of pollution causing numerous health problems as well as deaths. We need the District of Columbia to formally...
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Matt Lincoln DC resident Washington District of Columbia
We need a plan that holds large transportation polluters accountable for the pollution they create and invests in clean transportation solutions!
Harry Anastopulos Native Marylander Washington District of Columbia
Seriously this is long overdue! Why hasn’t this happened yet?
Richard Kite None Washington District of Columbia
“…design a regional low-carbon transportation policy proposal that would cap and reduce carbon emissions from the combustion of transportation fuels through a cap-and-invest program or other...
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Sarah Fichter DC resident Washington District of Columbia
I am strongly in favor of transportation ideas that will help reduce carbon emissions and offer all of us better options. We need more public transit and electric vehicle infrastructure in rural...
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Kathleen Robertson N/a Washington District of Columbia
I support DC joining TCI as a part of our decarbonization strategy. The regional aspect is important particularly in the DMV and it will raise important funding for our transportation needs.
Jessica Hartl Ms. WASHINGTON District of Columbia
I strongly support having a green economy and the Transportation and Climate initiative. I actually do not own a car myself for environmental reasons, and rely on public transport and car sharing...
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Kevin OHalloran Georgetown University Washington District of Columbia
The TCI program is exactly what the NE region needs in order to meet climate goals and reduce CO2 emissions from the transport sector, the largest sector for emissions in the US. I fully support...
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