Autel Energy Powers up Green Bus Summit

Autel Energy Powers up Green Bus Summit

Autel has a wide range of charging solutions to meet the needs of any size EV school bus fleet.

Autel Energy will exhibit its multi-offering, turnkey EV fleet charging solutions at the School Transportation News (STN) Expo on July 14-19, 2023, in Reno, Nevada. Celebrating its 30th year, STN gathers transportation professionals nationwide to showcase the latest trends in school transportation training, products, and services.

Autel is especially proud to sponsor this year’s Green Bus Summit for school districts, contractors, and green energy professionals, the company notes. Attendees will hear from green experts, government officials, public utilities, and manufacturers on the latest technologies and trends that can result in fuel savings, emissions reductions, and lower ownership costs.

“The benefits of transitioning the nation’s largest public transportation fleet, the school bus fleet, from mostly diesel-fueled to electricity-powered, cannot be overstated. Reducing emissions exposure to our children is reason enough for the change. Add in the vehicle-to-grid electricity management potential, and we’re transforming the nation’s approach to energy. Autel has designed a family of charging solutions that we know can take this industry where it wants to go,” said Chloe Hung, Autel CEO.

Autel will host a conference presentation on Sunday, July 16, 2023, featuring Craig Berndt of Geotab, a global leader in connected transportation solutions. Topics include charging infrastructure and management, vehicle selection, route evaluation and real-time vehicle data.

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