May 19, 2014
Signed an agreement with CALSTART to deploy the vehicle in 2015 with partners BAE Systems, ElDorado National and the university.
September 13, 2013
By extending the programs through 2023, the bill would provide more than $2 billion in clean air and transportation funding in California.
April 3, 2012
The funds, shared by Calstart in Pasadena, Calif.; the Center for Transportation and the Environment in Atlanta; and the Northeast Advanced Vehicle Consortium in Boston, will go to 11 research and demonstration projects.
March 3, 2010
Participants will get a first hand look at the timeline for fuel-cell buses and their projections for price reductions and full commercialization, a look at some new exciting battery electric bus technology being field tested, and hear about some truly new and very cost effective options to enhance the use of natural gas and natural gas refueling and electric recharging.
September 4, 2009
Conference will reflect the growth in the hybrid technology and product segment and the emerging focus of truck makers on efficiency as they complete their transition to 2010 compliant engines.
July 10, 2009
The 23-foot gasoline-electric hybrid buses are part of a national pilot program to speed commercialization of these fuel-saving vehicles, which are expected to yield 30 percent to 40 percent reductions in fuel use, with an accompanying 30 percent reduction in emissions.
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