Greater Indiana Presents Awards to Leading 2014 GICCC Stakeholders

The City of Indianapolis, under Mayor Ballard administration, has deployed over 75 hybrid sedans, 5 electric vehicles, operates 11 propane vehicles, 17 compressed natural gas vehicles, uses over 800,000 gallons of B20 and over 400,000 gallons of E85 annually.  With his December 12, 2012 declaration that the City of Indianapolis’ fleet will be a post-foreign oil fleet by 2025.

Our 2014 Greater Indiana Stakeholder Award recipients are: 

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2014 Greater Indiana Stakeholder Award recipients:
(standing left to right )
Kris Kyler VP GICC, Clean Car Conversion and KAKCO, Kellie Walsh Executive Director, GICC, Mike Birch, IndyGo, Vicki Learn, IndyGo, John Meyer, Louis Dreyfus, Jeremy Mullins, Louis Dreyfus, Bob Callahan,, Landscape Solutions, Brian Spear, Landscape Solutions, State Representative Randy Frye

Propane
Landscape Solutions, LLC
Outstanding Achievement in the deployment of Propane Landscape Equipment

Ethanol (Not Pictured)
Becky Skillman
Indiana State Lt. Governor
2005-2012
Outstanding Leadership in the Development of E85 Fueling Infrastructure For Hoosiers

Biodiesel
Louis Dreyfus Commodities, Claypool, Indiana
Outstanding Leadership in Biodiesel Production and Education

Hybrid
IndyGo
Outstanding Achievement in the Deployment of Advanced Transportation Technologies

 

 

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Kellie Walsh, GICC Executive Director presents Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard with a 2014 Stakeholders Award for his work in moving Indianapolis’ city fleet to a foreign oil free position by 2025.
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Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard discusses his city-wide initiative to move Indianapolis’ city fleet to a post-foreign oil position by 2025.
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Kellie Walsh, GICC Executive Director presents Representative Randy Frye the GICC Stakeholder Award for his support of natural gas as a transportation fuel.
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Rep. Randy Frye, David Lynch & Jennifer McNealy, ACT Research
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Carolyn Evanston, Indiana Department of Revenue talks with one of 15 Greater Indiana Stakeholders who offer informational and educational collateral to Indiana’s elected officials on the benefits of alternative fuels and technologies.
CountryMark's Belinda Puetz and Steve Thomas discuss ContryMark initiatives with Representative Randy Frye
CountryMark’s Belinda Puetz and Steve Thomas discuss ContryMark initiatives with Representative Randy Frye