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Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Electric School Buses: From Zero to Sixty

Start Date: 3/16/2021 1:00 PM EDT
End Date: 3/16/2021 2:00 PM EDT

Venue Name: Available Exclusively to NAPT® ACTS! Subscribers

United States 

Organization Name: National Association for Pupil Transporation

Angela Kelly
Email: angela.kelly@napt.org
Phone: (800) 989-6278

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There are three things we know for sure about electric school buses: one, they are important for clean energy; two, President Biden’s Build Back Better plan proposes making all American-made buses zero-emission by 2030, starting with the school bus fleet, which would convert within five years; and three, the transition from diesel to electric fleets has already begun for some districts.

What many of us are still unsure of is: where to begin and once I begin, what do I need to do to manage the project?

We want to help you answer those and any other questions that you may have.

NAPT® has partnered with the The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to bring you a new series designed specifically with the Transportation Director in mind. The series will feature everything you need to know and do to begin transitioning your fleet from diesel to electric, beginning with the baseline and working up to and through completion, offering actionable insights to set your operation up for success. 

This new monthly series will offer insightful and relevant information that you don't want to miss! Tune in, exclusively on NAPT® ACTS!

Series Information:

  • Electric School Buses: From Zero to Sixty 
  • Premieres Tuesday, February 16, 2021
  • Time: 1:00 p.m. EST 
  • How to Watch: Series Available Live and On-Demand on
    NAPT® ACTS! | Note: you must be logged into your RethinkEDU profile to access the series.
  • Featuring: 
    • Leslie Eudy, NREL Senior Project Leader
    • John Gonzales, NREL Senior Engineer
    • Abby Brown, NREL Transportation Project Leader