Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA)
University of South Florida
Chicago Transit Authority (CTA)
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With fleet operators moving beyond EV pilot deployments and transitioning to fully electric fleets, there is a growing need for tools to plan large EV deployments at the lowest possible cost.
During the second webinar in Proterra’s Powered Up: Fleet Electrification Educational Series, we looked at the key factors to take into account for an electric bus deployment and discussed how those considerations change when planning a full fleet transition to zero-emission vehicles. The presentation covered everything from gathering the data for determining your fleet’s energy needs to delivering that energy at the lowest cost, reducing demand charges, minimizing hardware and installation costs, and the impact of adding a solar system with stationary battery storage.
Proterra hosted this webinar on March 25, 2021, to share how the company has incorporated learnings from a decade of delivering electric buses into a comprehensive and cost-effective approach to planning fully electric fleet deployments.
Today, fleet operators are moving beyond EV pilot projects and are transitioning to fully electric fleets. With this shift, the need for electric vehicle charging solutions that can efficiently power large fleets has become more important than ever.
Proterra’s newest line of electric vehicle chargers provides a comprehensive set of products to scale EV fleets. Developed in collaboration with Power Electronics, the new Proterra electric vehicle charging systems are reliable, compact, and cost-effective. These high-power charging systems – available in a range of power levels up to 1.5 MW – also enable simultaneous charging of multiple vehicles from a single charger.
Proterra hosted a webinar on Tuesday, December 8, 2020, to allow attendees to learn about the features and benefits of Proterra’s new charging solutions, see different system configurations for specific applications, and get answers to their questions from EV experts at Proterra.