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In the market for an electric school bus? Ask us anything.
With the first round of EPA’s Clean School Bus funding applications due on August 19th, many school bus operators have questions about electric school bus (ESB) models. Currently, 22 ESB models are available from 12 manufacturers, for types A, C, and D buses. These include 14 newly manufactured vehicle models and eight repowered vehicle models. Each generation of buses is more advanced than the previous; many manufacturers are on their second or third iteration, and some even further along. The newest models possess a battery range to serve more than 99% of routes in the U.S. Join us to learn more about the options!

And, bring your questions about ALL THINGS ESB. We’ll have a panel of experienced school districts ready to field your ESB queries – ask us about models, charging, costs, climate, training or anything else!
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About the "Getting on Board” series:
Diesel school buses make up the vast majority of the U.S. school bus fleet but emit harmful pollutants with links to asthma and other respiratory conditions. Electric school buses offer a clean alternative, with no tailpipe emissions and air quality benefits that support students’ health and cognitive development.

As the EPA launches its Clean School Bus Program, providing up to $5 billion in funding for electric school buses, this is the moment to bring the benefits of electric school buses to the communities most harmed by air pollution. Join us for “Getting on Board,” a webinar series in which we’ll explore the electric school bus adoption process and how you can help bring electric school buses to your community.

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Jul 28, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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