May 9, 2013
Event guests took test rides on the EcoRide EV bus. Altair Nanotechnologies Inc., a lithium-titanate battery systems manufacturer, hosted the event.
May 5, 2010
This purchase is a follow-on order from the initial $898,400 contract announced in August 2009. At that time, Proterra purchased battery modules for several zero-emission demonstration buses, one of which was displayed to Washington, D.C. policymakers in October 2009.
October 30, 2009
Production of Proterra's transit bus using lithium-titanate batteries supplied by Altairnano could create over 6,000 green jobs in 21 states. A fleet of 500 buses operating over 12 years could cut emissions of CO2 by 840,000 tons and reduce oil consumption by 82 million gallons, according to the company.
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