26 Apr '16, 7am

Proterra Receives 33 More Orders Through FTA Low-No Grant Program

Electric bus manufacturer Proterra Inc. announced it won the majority of the vehicles awarded by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Low or No Emission Vehicle Deployment Grant. The Low-No grant winners will use their funds to purchase 33 Catalyst buses, bringing Proterra’s total number of orders to 155 vehicles from 16 transit agencies across the United States. With new and existing Proterra customers building their zero-emission vehicle fleets, this announcement underscores the rising demand for Proterra electric buses and highlights that the electric bus market is taking more mainstream market share. As one of the largest transit agencies in the United States, serving 3.9 million people in five counties in and around Philadelphia, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA ) will receive $2,585,075 from FTA and use the funds to purchase 25 Proter...

Full article: http://electriccarsreport.com/2016/04/proterra-receives-3...

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