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California school district achieves 100% zero-emission bus fleet

BYD has announced a partnership with the Los Olivos Elementary School District in California to bring a BYD Type A electric school bus – “The Achiever” – to students in Santa Barbara County and create the first U.S. school district to have a 100% zero-emission fleet of school buses. Members of the Sheet Metal, Air,

Why bi-directional charging is so important for EV buy-in

Bi-directional charging gives EV owners potential for saving some green via their energy provider.

OEMs show off zero-emission trucks during ride/drive event

CARB and CALSTART hosted their first Zero Emission Truck Showcase & Ride and Drive at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California, earlier this month, showcasing 25 OEMs and fleet operators including Xos, GreenPower Motor Company, Ford, GM, Kenworth, Navistar, Nikola, Hyundai, Workhorse, BYD, Phoenix Motorcars, Orange EV, Lion Electric, AME, Lightning eMotors, Hyzon, Motiv

Will the U.S. hit zero-emissions milestones at this pace?

There’s good news and there’s bad news when it comes to electric truck and bus adoption, and it basically boils down to this: There may be better model availability and higher driving ranges than ever, but electric vehicles are still far from achieving perfect feasibility for every fleet. According to the latest data derived from

BYD introduces ‘Type A’ electric school bus with V2G technology

BYD has introduced its Type A battery electric vehicle, a zero-emission school bus that offers vehicle-to-grid technology (V2G), allowing the vehicle to serve as a power storage resource when it’s not transporting students. The Type A can seat up to 30, and can be equipped with an ADA liftgate capable of lifting 800 lbs. The

Major EV trends that grew in 2021

There were two big EV trends last year that deserve to be put under the microscope.

BYD gives details on school bus featuring bi-directional charging

School buses can be charged overnight when energy demand is low, and clean emission free energy can be fed back into the classroom during school hours.