Proterra announced the election of Joan Robinson-Berry, who had recently retired from a 35-year career with The Boeing Company, to the company’s board of directors.
Thomas Built Buses (TBB) and Proterra celebrated the delivery of the 50th Saf-T-Liner C2 Jouley battery-electric school bus, which is powered by Proterra battery technology.
Redwood Materials partnered to provide recycling services for Proterra, processing batteries past their useful life and converting them into raw material to be used again.
Lightning eMotors announced a new collaboration to power the Generation 4 Lightning Electric Transit commercial van using Proterra battery technology.
Volta Trucks selected Proterra as the battery supplier for the Volta Zero, an all-electric 16-tonne commercial vehicle designed for freight distribution in city centers.
Komatsu announced plans to use Proterra battery technology for the development of its first electric hydraulic excavator, representing Proterra’s entry into the off-road vehicle market.
Proterra announced that it would become publicly listed through a transaction with ArcLight Clean Transition Corp., a special purpose acquisition company.
The opening of a new battery production line co-located in Proterra's EV bus manufacturing facility in Los Angeles County was expected to create dozens of new jobs.
With Broward County Transit's (BCT) agreement to purchase 12 40-foot Proterra® ZX5™ buses, Proterra marked the sale of more than 1,000 battery-electric transit buses in North America.