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Are Electric Vehicles Here to Stay?

January 2016, Government Fleet – Feature by Shelley Ernst for Green Fleet Magazine Electric vehicles (EVs) are still relatively new to the fleet scene. But for some early adopters, they’ve been on the roster for a handful of years now. With a few years of EV use under their belts, these fleets have seen how they perform, and they have…

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It’s Electric! Metro Test Drives Electric Bus in Forest Park

You might hop on a Forest Park Trolley that looks a little different than the trolleys you’re used to seeing, starting tomorrow July 21. That’s because Metro is testing a refurbished Zero-Emission Propulsion System powered electric bus from Complete Coach Works, and Forest Park visitors will have a chance to join in the test drive. The electric bus will operate…

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CCW Repowers MST Trolley to a ZEPS Drive System

MONTEREY, Calif. —Monterey Salinas Transit cut the cord on its wireless electric trolley Monday morning. “It is the first of its kind all electric trolley that is powered through magnetic induction technology,” said Carl Sedoryk, with MST. The trolley was once part of the all diesel fleet used by the public transportation organization, but with the help of Complete Coach…

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Complete Coach Works Helps IndyGo Acquire Electric Fleet

For Immediate Release February 6, 2015 Contact: Celeste Casas Complete Coach Works Phone: 800-287-7253 ccasas@completecoach.com RIVERSIDE, CA – Complete Coach Works (CCW) is pleased to announce it has begun the delivery of 21 rehabilitated Zero Emission Propulsion System (ZEPS) powered electric buses to Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IndyGo). As the world’s first and only of its kind, the remanufactured ZEPS…

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Complete Coach Works featured on ABC 7 Eyewitness News

Complete Coach Works has received a contract with the Indianapolis Transportation Agency to convert 21 diesel buses into non-emission electric vehicles. “Next year, it will be the largest fleet in the Unites States of electric buses running around in the country,” said Dale Carson, president of Complete Coach Works. But before the car can become a zero-emission vehicle, everything from…

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Complete Coach Works Awarded for Clean Air Technology

Riverside, CA – Complete Coach Works has been recognized for its efforts in green technology at the 26th Annual Clean Air Awards on Friday, October 3rd. South Coast Air Quality Management District praised Complete Coach Works by giving them the highly coveted award of Advancement of Air Pollution Technology in a reception at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.…

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CLEAN BUSES: Riverside company wins clean air award

A Riverside bus remanufacturing company was recognized Friday, Oct. 3, by the South Coast Air Quality Management District for advancing air pollution technology. Complete Coach Works developed its own system for retrofitting transit buses with nonpolluting electric engines. Their Zero-Emission Propulsion System allows buses to go more than 120 miles between charges. View the full article from The Press Enterprise.…

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Complete Coach Works to deliver first ZEPS bus

Richland WA:  With the help of a CALSTART* grant that was directed to Washington state by US Senator Patty Murray, Ben Franklin Transit is working with Southern California-based Complete Coach Works (CCW) to develop an all-electric remanufactured transit bus that has the capability of going over 100 miles. While an electric bus is innovative in itself, CCW is taking it…

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Complete Coach Works Unveils the ZEPS Electric Transit Bus

On May 6th-9th, Complete Coach Works unveiled the new 100% electric driven Remanufactured Transit Bus at the 26th Annual Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS26). The EVS is recognized as the global electric transportation industry’s largest forum, showcasing all forms of technologies in the market place. There were over 5,000 attendees from 47 countries, and over 200 exhibitors. This Zero-Emission Propulsion System,…

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