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Proterra to supply 5 transit systems with electric buses

Bus| November 10, 2010
StarMetro (Fla.); Regional Transportation Commission (Nev.); Foothill Transit (Calif.); King County Metro Transit (Wash.) and Fresno Area Express (Calif.), received more than $25M in grants from the FTA to purchase 20 fast-charge battery-electric transit buses and 4 EV charging stations.

UQM to supply electric propulsion systems to Proterra

Bus| September 28, 2010
The initial term of the supply agreement is one year. Deliveries totaling $627,500 are scheduled to begin in October. Additional deliveries permitted in the agreement during its one-year term could raise the total value of the contract to over $1 million.
Sustainability| August 31, 2010

Foothill to deploy first Proterra battery-electric bus

Beginning Sept. 3, the agency will launch the EcoRide BE35s and related fast charging stations into its existing bus fleet and transit routes with the goal of establishing a full fleet of clean-fueled vehicles by 2011.
Bus| June 9, 2010

Proterra receives $20M from cleantech investor

MK Energy and Infrastructure’s investment will accelerate the construction of Proterra’s first full-scale manufacturing plant in Greenville, S.C., which will break ground later this year and have capacity to make 2,500 EcoRide BE-35 buses annually and employ 1,300 workers over the next five years.
Bus| May 5, 2010

Altair, Proterra sign lithium-ion battery order

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.
Bus| February 5, 2010

Proterra to build S.C. manufacturing facility

Proterra’s Greenville manufacturing and research and development center will open in 2011, and be housed in a newly constructed 250,000 square foot building on the Clemson University campus. The company plans to hire more than 1,000 local employees in the next four years.
Bus| February 5, 2010

Washington State receives grant to target GHGs

The project is expected to eliminate 688 metric tons of carbon dioxide and equivalents from the air each year, or 8,250 metric tons over the lives of the vehicles.
Bus| October 30, 2009

Proterra shows all-electric bus in D.C.

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.
Bus| May 5, 2009

Foothill Transit, Proterra announce electric bus project

The project will be funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and will be deployed in early 2010 along Foothill Transit’s Line 291.
Bus| 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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