The two states are offering funding for low-emission, alt-fuel school buses. Florida is also providing funding for electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Charge times, cost, and fleet size are important factors to take into account when planning how best to integrate electric buses into a fleet.
Acquiring electric buses and the requisite infrastructure can have the unintended consequence of having more kids riding on older buses, generating higher overall fleet emissions, due to cutbacks on the basic turnover of the existing fleet.
The state's third round of Volkswagen settlement funding will be used to reimburse public school districts for the purchase of new electric school buses, charging infrastructure, and propane buses.
The Thomas Built Buses executive discusses the school bus’s vital role in education, his role in bringing a game-changing bus to the market, and pupil transportation’s opportunity to be a clean energy leader with electric buses.
Triad Community Unit School District #2 will receive a $650,000 grant for the purchase of three electric school buses and charging infrastructure.
A school bus fit for a fiesta, a driver who appears on Good Morning America, and Washington’s first electric school bus are among the standout photos from School Bus Fleet's website and Snapshots department in recent issues.
School districts in Ann Arbor, Gaylord, Kalamazoo, Oxford, Roseville, Three Rivers, and Zeeland will receive a total of $4.2 million to purchase 17 new electric school buses.
The power and energy company’s electric school bus program would add 50 buses to its Virginia service territory by the end of 2020, and then possibly 1,000 buses to the area by 2025.
Cummins, which produces the drivetrains in Blue Bird’s electric buses, is investing $500 million in electrification over three years as part of an effort to support California customers.
Mike Boggess will lead some of the supplier’s technology programs, including vehicle range modeling, depot charging simulation, product telemetry, and electrical and thermal efficiency.
The electric bus and charging system manufacturer has launched Proterra Powered vehicle electrification solutions to help commercial vehicle manufacturers electrify their heavy-duty vehicles.
The school bus manufacturer's Saf-T-Liner C2 Jouley electric bus receives certification and eligibility for grant funding from two California agencies.