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City of Dalian Places Order for 1,200 BYD Electric Buses

DALIAN, China — 1200 zero-emission, electric buses made by BYD Company Ltd will soon hit the streets of China’s “Bright Northern Pearl”, Dalian. Dalian’s municipal government has signed a cooperative agreement with global electric vehicle and battery leader, BY
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America’s Only All-Electric School Bus Transports Students In California

FOSTER CITY, CA — Kings Canyon Unified School District (KCUSD), in California’s San Joaquin Valley, leads the nation as the only school district using an all-electric school bus to transport students. KCUSD ordered four buses from Trans Tech Bus, featuring electric powertrains f
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SamTrans Introduces First Hybrid Bus

San Carlos, CA – SamTrans’ first hybrid bus made its debut today at the transit district’s board meeting.  The energy-efficient buses, the first in the SamTrans fleet, produce fewer emissions and use less fuel than diesel-powered buses. “I think it’s terrific that we are getting into
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Proterra Zero-Emission All-Electric Buses. Copyright Proterra. All right reserved.

Battery-Electric Bus Uses Overhead Fast Charging Station

STOCKTON, CA — On May 20th, San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) celebrated the first deployment of commercial production, fast-charge zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) buses into revenue service in northern California. At the launch event in downtown Stockton, RTD unveiled its two d
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Mayor Emanuel Announces Smith Electric Vehicles To Open Manufacturing Facility In Chicago

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Smith Electric Vehicles announced today that Smith will open an electric vehicle manufacturing facility in Chicago, creating hundreds of direct and indirect jobs and boosting the already rapidly growing battery and electric vehicle sector in the City. Smith̵
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