The first electric school bus in the U.S. goes into service, and in a place that really needs it, the smog-ridden San Joaquin Valley of California.
A new zero emissions mass transit project planned for Japan will make use of electric buses and, later this, year solar energy tied to grid storage.
The transition of mass transit buses to more alternative forms of engines, such as electric, heralds good things for the air we breathe.
The Federal Transit Administration announces nearly $25 million in funds to help out with more zero emissions bus deployments.
BYD, an automotive company from China, continues to see amazing success with its plug in vehicle efforts everywhere, including in Europe and Latin America.
BYD and New York City’s transit agency MTA complete an electric bus trial said to be successful.
A new electric bus pilot program in the United Kingdom will make use of wireless charging technology to keep the mass transit operating longer.
The Las Vegas of Asia begins trials of electric buses provided by Chinese automotive company BYD.
BYD continues its global dominance of the electric bus market, unveiling a longer model as well as word of a new undertaking in London.
An electric school bus that will debut in 2014 in California is one of the first of its kind to be ready to hit the roads.
The United Kingdom, rapidly emerging as a low carbon transportation leader, puts millions more towards greener buses.