Funding status:

HVIP anticipates accepting new voucher requests on June 8, 2021.

Past event

Zero-Emission Bus Technology Showcase and Symposium (2/6-7/2019)

Sacramento, CA

The California Air Resources Board (CARB), Antelope Valley Transit Authority (AVTA), and California Transit Association (CTA) hosted the 2019 Zero-Emission Bus Technology Showcase and Symposium February 6-7 at the CalEPA headquarters in Sacramento. The event addressed the State’s current and future support for transit buses. HVIP was represented with an exhibitor booth, participation in panel discussions, as well as having HVIP-eligible vehicles as part of the vehicle display. The HVIP team moderated as well as participated in the “Funding Opportunities” panel. Tarah Campi, the HVIP Program Manager, presented HVIP’s funding opportunities and its value to transit agencies.


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