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GreenPower's manufacturing facility set for production

Mobility| December 3, 2018

The company presently has orders for over 40 EV Star and EV Star Plus Min-eBuses.

GreenPower delivers first EV Star to Port of Oakland

Technology| September 12, 2018

The 25-foot bus seats up to 19 people, with an operational range of 125 to 200 miles on a single charge and a 20-plus year lifetime.

Technology| August 28, 2018

GreenPower set to triple electric bus production

Initial production will focus on EV Stars and then Synapse Type-D school buses.

Sustainability| June 12, 2018

GreenPower lands UC San Francisco bus order

The EV Star is an all–electric, emissions–free, 25-foot bus that seats up to 19 people, with an operational range of 125 to 200 miles on one charge and a lifetime of over 20 years.

Bus| June 7, 2018

Creative Bus Sales orders 100 GreenPower buses

The order includes the 15 buses for inventory and demonstration that are on order with GreenPower.

Bus| May 31, 2018

GreenPower selects Creative BusSales as exclusive factory rep.

Along with signing the three-year exclusive agreement, the bus dealer has placed an initial order of 15 buses.

Sustainability| April 9, 2018

GreenPower all-electric bus exceeds range expectations

The EV350, recently purchased by Porterville Transit, was driven under its own power from San Joaquin Valley to Newport Beach, Calif.

Sustainability| March 15, 2018

GreenPower delivers first 2 all-electric buses to Calif. city

The buses will replace all of the existing CNG-powered transit buses. The EV350 was designed and built by California-based GreenPower, a leading manufacturer of all-electric buses.

Sustainability| January 25, 2018

GreenPower names new VP, sales and marketing

In his new role, Ryne Shetterly will shape green policies, build brand awareness, and help lead the sales and marketing team to propel the electric vehicle market forward.

Sustainability| March 9, 2017

GreenPower Motor Co. to supply 10 electric buses, charging systems in Calif.

The contract provides the City of Porterville or other customers, an option to purchase an additional 20 buses with the same terms and conditions as the initial purchase.

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