CARB says it'll be equivalent to taking 4 million cars off the road.
Out of more than 65,000 public buses plying U.S. roads today, just 300 are electric.
ChargE was created in partnership with Volkswagen Truck & Bus.
Last month, a Proterra bus set a world record, traveling 1,102 miles on a single charge.
Electric bus maker Proterra secures another $55 million in equity funding, while Trump's Paris decision may have boosted sales.
DOE funds Blue Bird's electric bus. Quebec and California use cap-and-trade to fund eLion.
At 600 kW, these electric bus charging stations are six times better than Tesla's 100-kW Superchargers.
Electric bus maker Proterra is opening up three of its bast-charging technology patents so that anyone making heavy-duty EVs can add overhead chargers.
Olli is a self-driving all-electric shuttle bus coming to a city near you. Local Motors' Olli made it’s debut in National Harbor, Maryland on June 16, 2016.
As BYD expands its manufacturing capacity, it wants to show us why its EVs are so great.
Brighsun demonstrates an electric bus capable of traveling 1000 kilometers (621 miles) as it seeks funds from Victoria government to put some folks back to work.
China-based bus maker wins 10 out of the state's 12 categories for plug-in bus service.
On a test track in South Carolina, Proterra pushes its Catalyst XR Electric Bus to 258 miles using 'just' 257 kWh of batteries.
Proterra will sell an extended-range electric bus that can go as far as 180 miles on a single charge.
Your children or grandchildren may very well be riding an electric bus to school soon, and probably sooner still if they live in California. We've just recently seen the funding of the National Strategies demo buses. Now another fully electric school bus has been approved in the Golden State. The California Highway Patrol has greenlighted the Adomani EV bus for use in the Gilroy Unified School District (GUSD).
First, Swiss watches. Now this. Switzerland is home to a system that will allow battery-electric buses to get their juice in 15-second increments at bus-stop-mounted electric chargers. High-tech, indeed.