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 State Input Filesort ascending
Brett Barry Clean Energy Charleston South Carolina
CE Comments on TCI Draft Proposal.pdf
Richard Kerver Worcester Energy Alliance Worcester Massachusetts
Please see the attached comments and materials in PDF format
Albert Gore Tesla Washington District of Columbia
Tesla TCI Comment 11.4.2019.pdf
Shelby Neal National Biodiesel Board Jefferson City Missouri
Please accept these comments on behalf of the National Biodiesel Board. Thanks for your consideration. - Shelby Neal
NBB Comments 11-4-19.pdf
Thomas Matuszko Berkshire Regional Planning Commission Pittsfield Massachusetts
See attached file.
10. TCI Framework Comments-BRPC 11.04.19.pdf
Craig Della Penna Northeast Greenway Solutions Northampton Massachusetts
Sustainable Tourism Opportunity

One of the few threads of commonality among the northeast states is their interest, investment, and dependence on tourism. The state of New York is...
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Erie Canal Infographic.pdf
J. Blacklock (Lock) Wills, Jr. MAPDA La Plata Maryland
Please see the attached file.
Proposed Draft Regional Policy.pdf
Logan Malik Berkshire Environmental Action Team Great Barrington Massachusetts
To whom it may concern,

Please see the attached comments on the TCI Framework for a Draft for a Regional Policy from the Berkshire Environmental Action Team and No Fracked Gas in...
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TCI Framework for a Draft of Regional Policy Comments.pdf
Ted Leaf Lincoln Oil Co., Inc. Kensington Connecticut
TCI TESTIMONY Nov 2019.doc
Michael O'Connor VA Petroleum & Convenience Marketers Association Richmond Virginia
VPCMA Comments in Opposition to TCI Framework for a Draft Regional Policy Proposal
VPCMA Comments on Transportation and Climate Initiative.pdf
Adam Crepeau The Maine Heritage Policy Center Yarmouth Maine
TCI testimony (Nov. 5) .pdf
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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Rita Hansen Onboard Dynamics, Inc. Bend Oregon
Please see attached letter - Onboard Dynamics TCI Comments on Framework - Nov 4 2019.

Thank you,

Rita Hansen
Onboard Dynamics TCI Comments on Framework - Nov 4 2019.pdf
David Walsh WOCO Oil Company, Inc. Mechanicsville Virginia
TCI input WOCO 20191101.doc
john reese Shell Oil Products US Houston Texas
Please find attached comments on TCI's High Level Framework For A Draft Regional Policy Proposal To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Pollution From Transportation (October 1, 2019).
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Shell comments on GTCI Framework 11-1-2019.pdf
Elizabeth McCormick Phillips Energy, Inc. Gloucester Point Virginia
Steve Patterson Southern States Cooperative Powhatan Virginia
For almost 100 years, Richmond based Southern States Cooperative has been supplying Virginia farmers with multiple essential products they need to grow food and fiber for Americans – and fuel is...
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SouthernStates Opposition to Transportation and Climate Initiative.docx
Roger Caiazza Retired Liverpool New York
The attached comments specifically address the proposal to use a cap-and-invest approach. I propose that instead of funding the programs from auction proceeds as suggested in the framework that...
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Transportation Climate Initiative Draft Framework Cap and Invest Caiazza Comments.pdf
Sherrie Merrow NGVAmerica Washington District of Columbia
Please see attached letter as comments from NGVAmerica on the TCI Framework.


Sherrie Merrow

Director, State Government Affairs

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NGVA TCI Comments on Framework - Oct 31 2019.pdf
Tony Donovan Maine Rail Transit Coaltion Portland Maine
In recent weeks, Gov. Mills made the bold proclamation “Maine will be carbon-neutral by 2045.” “And we mean it,” she said.

We wish to congratulate the governor for her leadership...
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GT_RAIL_Tri fold_w_fold lines.pdf