Topic : California Air Resource Board

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Calif.'s OCTA adding 10 New Flyer fuel-cell electric buses

Sustainability| April 27, 2018

The new order helps expand the zero-emission footprint of public transportation across California and adds sustainability to OCTA’s current fleet of just over 500 buses.

Trillium CNG to begin offering hydrogen fueling

Sustainability| February 6, 2018

Will begin construction on its first hydrogen fueling station for fuel-cell electric buses this summer for the Orange County Transportation Authority.

Bus| February 5, 2018

Sixteen Calif. mayors say their city buses should be zero-emission

The heavy-duty transportation sector contributes a third of California’s smog-forming nitrogen oxides.

Sustainability| May 4, 2017

Calif. surpasses $500M for zero-emission vehicle investments

The funding is from a statewide program that puts billions of cap-and-trade dollars to work reducing GHGs, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment — particularly in disadvantaged communities.

Bus| January 12, 2017

Grande West adding CNG option for Vicinity bus

The Cummins ISB G Engine has the lowest North American Emissions standards and is approved from both the U.S. EPA and Air Resources Board in California.

Sustainability| December 8, 2016

Calif. agency gets grant for GreenPower electric buses, charging tech.

CARB’s award to the City of Porterville was one of only nine awards from the highly competitive Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Pilot Program.

Bus| November 16, 2016

Calif. air board awards funds to deploy 15 Proterra buses

Company will manufacture the buses and charging infrastructure at its newest facility in Southern California, which was partially funded by the California Energy Commission.

Bus| August 23, 2010

Cummins 2010-certified engine production to hit 26,000

Company has developed and certified 13 engine families to the EPA and California Air Resources Board regulations to serve more than 60 OEM customers in 180 vehicle installations.
Bus| March 26, 2010

ISE: Gas hybrid-electric drive system CARB-certified

Because the system does not require complex aftertreatment systems, transit agencies benefit as a result of reduced maintenance and lower operations costs, according to the company.
Accessibility| May 19, 2009

Espar receives CARB approval

The supplier was the first fuel-operated heater manufacturer to have their Airtronic D2 and D4 as well as their Hydronic 5 approved by the California Air Resource Board.

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