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Wyoming Gets Its First Electric Bus

November 29th, 2020 | by Jennifer Sensiba

A couple weeks ago, the City of Jackson, Wyoming's START bus system got something new: an electric bus from Proterra. The system plans on getting at least 7 more of the vehicles

Proterra Sells Its 1,000th Electric Bus

November 21st, 2020 | by Zachary Shahan

US-based electric bus company Proterra has been a leader in the electric bus industry for several years. It appears that we first mentioned it here on CleanTechnica in 2013, and we've covered it dozens of times since then. The company has now passed a major milestone, selling its 1,000th electric bus

Proterra Unveils High-Powered Charging Stations

November 4th, 2020 | by Zachary Shahan

Proterra is well known for being a pioneer in the electric bus market in the United States. After years of being hyper-focused on that tech solution, the company has just expanded out into high-power charging stations

13 More Electric Bus Stories

September 2nd, 2020 | by Zachary Shahan

There have been quite a lot of electric bus stories lately. We reported on several in August, but there were at least another 13 that we didn't get to. Below are short summaries of each of those. First, though, here are the 8 that we already wrote about

China Is *Crushing* USA In Electric Bus Growth. Proterra Wants To Change That.

July 28th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor

When it comes to electric vehicles, passenger cars grab most of the headlines — especially fast and glamorous ones made by a certain California company. However, electric buses represent one of the most exciting stories in the EV world — electrifying buses offers a huge opportunity to reduce emissions, and cut costs for transit agencies

Clean Trucks Like The Tesla Semi Are More Important Than Ever

May 9th, 2020 | by Johnna Crider

Clean trucks such as the Tesla Semi are needed now more than ever. According to Popular Mechanics, in 2016, there were at least 2.8 million semi trucks registered in the US. Paul Billings from the American Lung Association told The New York Times, "Trucks remain a major source of pollution that creates smog, and smog is linked with coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, and can cause asthma and premature death."

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