Updated: Dec 17, 2019
Celebrating a significant milestone in their journey to convert 100% of their bus fleet to battery-electric by 2030, the high altitude mountain town of Breckenridge has deployed two Proterra Catalyst® 35-foot E2 transit buses and Proterra® 60kW charging systems. Breckenridge, one of the most popular skiing destinations in Colorado, was awarded a grant from the Federal Transit Administration under the 2018 Low or No Emission Vehicle Program, which helped make the purchase possible.
“The Town of Breck believes in a couple of really basic things: one’s providing transportation, but the other is sustainability. Having electric buses gets us another step closer to what we’re shooting for, and that’s 100% renewable energy by 2050,” said Mayor Eric Mamula, Town of Breckenridge.
Watch the video to hear why they decided to go electric and see the brand new Breckenridge buses in action.