July 17, 2014
Foothill Transit became Proterra’s first customer and the first agency in the U.S. to operate EV buses in revenue service in 2010.
June 19, 2014
The second generation electric vehicle — a 40-foot transit bus — will be the lightest, most efficient and highest passenger capacity coach in its class.
April 29, 2014
The battery-electric bus traveled more than 700 miles in 24 hours and recorded an average fuel economy of nearly 27 miles per gallon — nearly six times that of a diesel bus and seven times that of CNG, according to company officials.
March 31, 2014
Also announces a new initiative, the Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles program, which will provide rebates of up to $2,500 for plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles.
February 27, 2014
The buses will serve the free downtown Music City Circuit, which is designed to help residents and visitors reach sports and entertainment venues, downtown hotels, residences and offices more quickly and easily.
February 18, 2014
The former secretary of transportation led the Federal Transit Administration’s Clean Fuels Program, which helped fund the purchase of electric vehicle buses by several cities across the U.S.
January 22, 2014
The purchase increases the Worcester Regional Transit Authority's electric fleet to six buses — 13% of its entire fleet.
January 8, 2014
Expects to close Series C funding before the end of the first quarter of 2014.
December 3, 2013
The buses are slated to be built at Proterra’s manufacturing facility in Greenville, S.C. in early 2014, with delivery expected later in the year.
November 19, 2013
Dave Rich and Bill Fay come to Proterra with a wealth of automotive and transportation industry expertise and will play a critical role in the company’s growth plans.
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