Categories: News

by admin

Share

Categories: News

by admin

Share

June 15 GreenPower a leading manufacturer of alternative fuel vehicles hosted members of congress in the capital in order to show some of their new heavy duty vehicles flagships products, such as the Type D BEAST  and Type A NANO electric vehicles.

                  (School Bus type D Beast)                                                                                                (School Buss type A NANO)
(To be led to more information click on the picture)

The type D BEAST is an all-electric, zero-noise pollution school bus. It features a Monocoque chassis and has been designed from the ground up to be battery electric. The BEAST’s standardized features include air-ride suspension, ABS disk brakes, and pass through storage. It has a seating capacity of up to 90 passengers. The BEAST stands for battery electric automotive school transportation.

The Type A NANO is the only purpose-built, zero-emission, Type A school bus on the market. Its clean sheet design approach facilitates optimal battery pack placement and weight distribution, allowing the vehicle to accommodate a larger energy supply, deliver a longer range and set the new standard for zero emissions student transportation. The Nano BEAST will have the largest standard battery pack for a Type A school bus in the market.

During the presentation Antoine had the opportunity to speak with Congressman Paul Tonko and the CEO of Green Power Brendan Riley, to further GWRCCC progress with alternative fuel systems.

(Congressman Paul Tonko, Antoine M. Thompson)

For more information visit https://greenpowermotor.com/greenpower-hosting-demonstration-school-transit-buses-today-capitol/

https://www.djournal.com/news/nation-world/greenpower-hosts-educational-display-and-demonstration-of-all-electric-school-buses-and-commercial-vehicles-at/article_a2238cb5-cb3c-5aa5-9f62-03bcc202ebdc.html

STAY IN THE LOOP

Subscribe to our free newsletter.

Don’t have an account yet? Get started with a 12-day free trial

Related Posts

View all
  • With the coming times, what will happen with the national charging network for EV vehicles? Recently their has been discussions with major brands such as GE, Ford and Tesla in creating a new standard for electric plugs. With the drastic change in infrastructure policies such as the Biden Bipartisan Infrastructure policy, law makers and big […]

    Continue reading
  • Volvo is a company that’s a multinational manufacturing corporation that is built on quality, safety and care for the environment. This week Volvo unveiled factory manufactured hydrogen power trucks with a 1000km or 621 mile range. This is a a great movement due to many manufactures are focusing on fully electric trucks, which would require […]

    Continue reading
  • What are Greenhouse Gases and why are we so concerned about them? Greenhouse gases are a chemicals that are absorbed into our atmosphere, which absorbs heat and radiation. The issue with these gases is that they are retained in our atmosphere for thousands of years, which creates a thicker blanket around earth. In the retention […]

    Continue reading
  • The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) are investigating ways to create a plan for fully decarbonize the aviation industry by 2050, with that impressive goal a market for Sustainable Aviation Fuel(SAF) is needed. Using SAF, it is recorded to reduce 80% in carbon emissions over the lifecycle of the fuel compared to traditional jet fuel […]

    Continue reading