National Express LLC (NELLC) will participate in electric vehicle maintenance training hosted by Proterra. This participation further supports National Express’ transition to an all zero-emission fleet by 2040.
National Express Transit’s team of compliance and training managers and travel techs were sole participants in a four-day training event where they received hands-on training in various EV maintenance areas and were certified in Lock Out Tag Out safety procedures. The team was also given a tour of one of Proterra’s assembly plants.
Over the course of the training event, NELLC team members were trained in:
- Low Voltage Systems.
- Control Systems.
- Propulsion Systems.
- Air Systems & Brakes.
- Duo Power Electronic Axle Assemblies.
Since completing the training, team members have been able to share their knowledge with fellow colleagues and look forward to applying their newly learned skills on National Express’ transit EV fleet. Team members have also used their training experience to further develop National Express’ EV Maintenance Certification Program.
“Proterra has been a valued partner and very supportive in assisting us with developing our EV maintenance program. They were eager to host the training for our team members, who were able to gain invaluable experience and knowledge from their team of experts,” said Stuart Bonsall, director of compliance and training. “We look forward to more collaborations in the future as National Express continues to fine-tune its EV program and take further steps to evolve its leadership position in the EV industry.”
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