NSTA: The Bus Stop Podcast on Mobile Charging Solutions for Electric School Buses
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NSTA: The Bus Stop Podcast on Mobile Charging Solutions for Electric School Buses

e-Boost on NSTA: The Bus Stop Podcast

NSTA Executive Director Curt Macysyn interviews Geo Murickan, President and CEO, and Scott Bradley, Director of Sales and Strategic Partnerships, both of Pioneer Power Mobility. Scott and Geo outline the mobile charging solutions that Pioneer Power offers. The group discusses how propane became the fuel of choice for their mobile chargers. The trio outlines the benefits of mobile infrastructure and the additional flexibility it provides to operators.

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Cleaner charging solution for Electric Buses

Ninety-five percent of school buses, the nation’s largest transportation network, still run on diesel, which is especially harmful to young children. e-Boost runs on propane, a clean fuel under the Clean Air Act, as well as utilize renewable propane, already available in states with stricter low-carbon standards. e-Boost expedites the transition to electric by overcoming long lead times and construction typical of grid tied charging systems. These mobile units provide operators on leased properties or on year-to-year contracts with the flexibility needed. Their mobility is useful for sporting and school events, whose mileage may be outside of an electric bus' range, which can fluctuate in cold weather.

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