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Proterra gets its first order from Idaho (with battery leasing)

Proterra gets its first order from Idaho. In fact, the Valley Regional Transit (VRT) agreed to purchase eight Proterra Catalyst 35-foot E2 buses and eight 125 kW plug-in charging systems. As mentioned above, VRT is Proterra’s first customer in Idaho and the first transit agency in Idaho to bring ele...


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Proterra, John Walsh is the new Senior Vice President of Sales

Today Janary 14th 2019 Proterra announced that John Walsh has joined the company as Senior Vice President of Sales. With nearly three decades of experience in the mobility industry and particular expertise in the heavy-duty vehicle sector, Walsh, Proterra says, brings a track record of helping grow ...

Proterra at the Hawaii. A zero emission buses order from JTB

JTB Hawaii ordered three zero emission buses from Proterra for the subsidiary Travel Plaza Transportation (TPT), that thus becomes the first Proterra’s customer in the state. Hawaii is the first U.S. state to adopt a 100 percent renewable energy portfolio standard. Hawaii, an important goal Th...

18 Proterra electric buses for New York airports

18 Catalyst E2 electric buses have been purchased by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. They’ll be used for shuttle service at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) and LaGuardia Airport (LGA). The order represents one of the larges...

Proterra enters Canadian market starting from Toronto

Not just New Flyer and BYD electric buses, but also Proterra vehicles will be put into service in order to support the Toronto Transit Commission (Ttc) goal to convert the entire fleet of 1,926 buses to zero-emission by 2040. The order means the debut of Proterra in Canadian market. The ten buses or...
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