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GreenPower delivers more EV Star all-electric minibuses

Posted on August 27, 2019

The EV Star can be configured to seat up to 19 passengers, two wheelchairs with 12 seated passengers or a 10 seat luxury layout.
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The EV Star can be configured to seat up to 19 passengers, two wheelchairs with 12 seated passengers or a 10 seat luxury layout.GreenPower

GreenPower Motor Company Inc. delivered five more EV Star All-Electric Min-eBuses (EV Stars) to Creative Bus Sales (Creative). As previously announced, GreenPower received an order in 2018 for 100 buses from Creative, a bus dealer that specializes in sales, parts, and service.

Creative has commenced sales and marketing efforts of the EV Star throughout its national sales network of 18 locations and 100-plus-person sales team. Through its brick and mortar locations, Creative has already deployed EV Stars in Oregon, Washington, Arizona, and Texas.

The 25-foot EV Star is the only bus in its class that comes with a standard J1772 level 2 and CCS DC level 3 fast combo charge system, allowing for optimal flexibility in route planning for any duty cycle. The EV Star can be configured to seat up to 19 passengers, two wheelchairs with 12 seated passengers or a 10 seat luxury layout.

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