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October 12, 2011

Proterra consolidating operations in S.C.

The move brought an additional set of advanced research and manufacturing jobs to South Carolina, as the company works to increase production capacity in their newly expanded manufacturing footprint.


October 4, 2011

Proterra signs contract with Fla.'s StarMetro

To deliver three new EcoRide zero-emission transit buses and a charging station to the Tallahassee, Fla.-based agency per an FTA grant.


February 9, 2009

Proterra unveils zero emission bus in California

The EcoRide BE35 results in up to a 400 percent improvement in fuel economy, and more than $15 million in savings for a transit bus fleet of 50.


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