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BusCon to feature 4 electric vehicles, panel session

Posted on August 22, 2013

View four of the latest models of electric buses at BusCon this September.

Attendees will have the opportunity to speak directly with exhibitors like Complete Coach Works (CCW), Phoenix Motorcars, Proterra and BYD Motors Inc. about their cutting-edge products and explore how electric vehicle technology can boost your operation’s sustainability efforts.

Also, be sure not to miss the “Electric Buses Are Here to Stay,” panel session, moderated by Michael Lewis of the Center for Electromechanics – University of Texas at Austin, and anchored by Alex Lee of Phoenix Motor Cars, Macy Neshati of CCW, Brendan Riley of BYD America and Ian Shackleton of Proterra.

The session will discuss the ever-changing technological revolution in the electric bus market and will review the pros and cons of integrating the electric bus into your business. Session open to full conference pass and full exhibitor pass holders only starting at 9:45am in Room 305 on Tuesday, Sept. 10.

To view the latest list of exhibitors, click here.

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