The electric-powered Micro Bird G5 and All American RE school buses are slated to be available in 2018.
The CEO of Student Transportation Inc. says that many school bus operations need to replace their aging vehicles, embrace new technologies, and “totally rethink routing” to become more efficient.
The school bus OEM’s strategic partnership with Agility Fuel Solutions follows Agility’s acquisition of CleanFuel USA’s assets.
In SBF’s June issue, a story covered grant opportunities for procuring alternative-fuel buses. Here, we share more information on potential VW funding impact and technological advances.
GreenPower Motor Co. demonstrates its Synapse 72 all-electric Type D school bus to 18 districts and charter schools that have received state grants for electric school buses.
The electric and hybrid vehicle solution supplier completes its Regulation A common stock offering and is listed on Nasdaq with the ticker symbol “ADOM.”
Allen Schaeffer, the executive director for the Diesel Technology Forum, shares insights on emission reductions, the VW settlement funds, and renewable diesel.
A total of 18 districts will receive funds from the South Coast Air Quality Management District for up to two electric school buses each and charging infrastructure.
Gayaldo, who worked her way up from secretary to director, will step down from her role at Elk Grove USD after more than 30 years in pupil transportation.
The current DERA grant opportunity triples from $11 million to $34 million, and the application deadline is extended to July 5.
The Cummins B4.5, B6.7, and L9 engine platforms are compatible with paraffinic renewable diesel fuels meeting the EN 15940 specification.
VW settlement and other funds converge with increasing progress, availability, and demonstrated efficiency of alternative-fuel school buses, making now the time to seek out myriad grant opportunities.
The interactive tool from the Propane Education & Research Council shows how many propane school buses are in operation in each state.