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Montgomery County Public Schools Approves Nation’s Largest Procurement of Electric School Buses with Highland Electric Transportation

Volta Trucks Selects Proterra to Supply Vehicle Battery for Full-Electric Volta Zero

Komatsu and Proterra Announce New Collaboration to Develop All-Electric Construction Equipment


New Proterra Charging Solutions for EV Fleets

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.

Join our webinar on Tuesday, December 8th to learn about the features and benefits of Proterra’s new charging solutions, see different system configurations for specific applications, and get answers to your questions from EV experts at Proterra.

2020 Bus and Bus Facilities Funding Program Webinar

The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has announced that it will make available more than $454 million in grants to help fund buses and bus facilities in communities nationwide. Procurement of electric buses, chargers, and associated electric bus infrastructure are eligible bus and facilities projects under this program. In the 2019 program, $66 million in funding across 11 projects was awarded to electric bus and charger projects. Proterra hosted webinar on 2/12/20 with an overview of the program, a look at historic program trends, and useful tips on crafting a successful proposal.

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